Six Miles Shared by Many Nations

For centuries, the Oneida Carrying Place, a six mile portage connecting the Mohawk River and Wood Creek, served as a vital link for those traveling by water from the ocean to the Great Lakes. When Europeans arrived, nations fought for control of the carry, the homelands of the Six Nations Confederacy, and the rich resources of North America. In this struggle, Fort Stanwix would play a vital role. Read More

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Plan Your Visit

What's going on around the park and when is the best time to visit? Check out these pages to begin your adventure!

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Fort Stanwix at 40 & the NPS Centennial!

The park is gearing up for the National Park Service Centennial. Find out what's going on and what's already been done!

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Museum Collection

Learn more about the objects in the park's museum collection.

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The History of Fort Stanwix

Discover the vital role that Fort Stanwix/Schuyler, the fort that "never surrendered," played in the American Revolution.

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Calendar of Events

Fun for all ages and free of charge, there's lots to do at Fort Stanwix! Check out the calendar of events by clicking here.

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Become a Junior Ranger!

Have some fun the 18th Century way! Play with wooden toys, volunteer as a Scout Ranger, and become a Fort Stanwix Junior Ranger today!

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Plan a Field Trip

Use the park as a classroom and plan a Fort Stanwix field trip! All programs meet NYS and Common Core standards and are free of charge.

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

112 East Park St.
Rome, NY 13440

Phone:

(315) 338-7730

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