• Scenic rural landscape with green lawn, cloud-flecked blue sky, and autumn foliage punctuated by a small, deep red farmhouse and red cannon carriages.

    Saratoga

    National Historical Park New York

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Fees & Reservations

Entrance Fee Season:

May 1 - October 31 annually.

Entrance Fees: valid for 7 days

Cars -- $5.00 per private, noncommercial vehicle

Bicycles / Motorcycles / Hiking / Horseback Riding -- $3.00 per adult (age 16 and up)

 
Thumbnail image of 2014 annual pass, showing a stylized scene of cannon carriage in foreground, river, fields, and farmhouse in background.

Entrance Fees: park-specific Annual Pass

Saratoga National Historical Park Annual Pass: $10

 
2014 thumbnail image of Interagency Annual Pass, showing a child looking out a tent doorway to a scenic mountain landscape.

Interagency Passes: Annual Pass

Available to general public: $80



 
2014 thumbnail image of Interagency Senior Pass, showing a cactus in bloom.

Interagency Passes: Senior Pass

Lifetime pass, available to US citizens age 62 and over: $10

 
2014 thumbnail image of Interagency Access Pass, showing an accessible walkway through a wooded area.

Interagency Passes: Access Pass

Lifetime pass available to US citizens with some form of permanent disability: free

 
2014 thumbnail image of Interagency Military Pass, showing a child looking out a tent door at a scenic mountain landscape.

Interagency Passes: Military Pass

Annual pass available to active duty US military and their dependents: free

 

Special Use Permits (SUPs)

Filing a Special Use Permit (SUP) is required for any non-traditional use of the park, including: commercial filming / photography; documentary filming / photography; weddings; and public assemblies, meetings, or gatherings.

There are two types of forms --one for filming / photography, one for other uses-- plus a regular and a short form in each category, based on the size or complexity of the use in question.

Downloadable Special Use Permit forms are available by the following links:

Regular form Special Use Permit (form 10-930)
Word document (33 kb)
PDF document (48 kb)

Short form Special Use Permit (form 10-930s)
Word document (30 kb)
PDF document (43 kb)

Filming Permit, regular form (form 10-932)
Word document (39 kb)
PDF document (190 kb)

Filming Permit, short form (form 10-931)
Word document (30 kb)
PDF document (115 kb)

Did You Know?

A very young man in a deep sky blue New Hampshire Regiment uniform coat leads several soldiers in a drill.

At the time of the American Revolution, boys as young as their teens could be officers in the army. There were examples, though rare, of boys as young as 12-15 years of age holding the rank of Ensign (equal today to Second Lieutenant).