Basic Information

Much of the park is self-guided. However, special events and programs occur on a regular basis. Information on guided tours, program times and lengths, and locations can be found on the park website or at the visitor center information desk on the day of your visit.
There is NO charge to enter Fort Stanwix National Monument or participate in it's programming. Reservations may be required for certain programs and will be noted.

Fort Stanwix National Monument currently issues America the Beautiful Lands Passes of the following types: Military Annual, Access, Every Kid In a Park, and Volunteer. Learn more here about how to obtain a pass.

 

Entrance Fees:

Entrance Passes:

The cost of admission to the park is FREE
Hours vary throughout the year and alternate between the historic fort and the visitor center building. Please check below for most up-to-date schedule.
Park grounds are open from sunrise to sunset everyday. The visitor center is closed on most federal holidays. 

In accordance with current CDC guidelines, masks are optional when indoors at the park.

Lost and Found: Located at the visitor center information desk. 
 

Other Useful Links

Fort Stanwix National Monument offers several services to make your visit more accessible. Visit the Park Accessibility page for more information. 
Fort Stanwix National Monument sits in temperate zone and experiences all seasons. Weather in Central New York is very changable. It is recommended to dress in layers, bring a water bottle, and wear sturdy shoes. The following page will help you prepare for and stay comfortable during your visit.
Your pet can visit the park with some restrictions. Learn about service animals, visiting with your pet, and how to make your pupper a B.A.R.K. Ranger in the following link.
A special park use is a short-term activity that takes place in a park area and provides a benefit to an individual, group or organization, rather than the public at large. 

Although reservations are not required for regular self-guided tours, if your group wants to have more guided experience you will have to make a reservation.

For more information on the permitting process and how to make a reservation for your group, visit the following page
Use the following link to for information on how to obtain brochures in accessible formats and translated into different languages.
 
Stretched in front of you horizontally, pickets stick out behind a grass wall, and a large wooden, log cabin-style wall rises.

National Park Service

 

Last updated: September 27, 2022

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