The Turning Point

Here, in 1777, during the American War for Independence, American troops battled and beat a British invasion force, marking the first time in world history that a British Army ever surrendered. This crucial victory secured essential foreign recognition and support, instigated world-wide wars, affirmed United States independence, and changed the face of the world. Read More

Group of 18th century soldiers talking with visitors

Experience Saratoga Battlefield

Saratoga Battlefield is the largest of 4 parts making up Saratoga National Historical Park.

Kitchen scene with wooden tables and a brick fireplace in the background

Philip Schuyler House

The country plantation of Philip Schuyler: surveyor, businessman, Revolutionary War general, and supporter of America's canals.

Detail of eagle carved into stone

Saratoga Monument

Built in the last quarter of the 19th century, Saratoga Monument commemorates the American victory in the Battles of Saratoga.

A brown, raised pathway winds amid a lush wooded area. An informational sign sits beside the path.

Victory Woods

General Burgoyne's British Army, retreating north from the Americans, made this ridge their final defense before their surrender.

An 18th century soldier conducting musket drill with a group of students

Educational Resources

Ranger-led programs at the park or in your school, teacher resources, student resources: we have them!

Family of cyclists on paved tour road

Saratoga NHP 100 Mile Challenge

Opt outside and take on the challenge to complete 100 miles of recreation in Saratoga NHP!

Last updated: August 4, 2021

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Mailing Address:

648 Route 32
Stillwater , NY 12170


(518) 670-2985
Saratoga National Historical Park information desk available daily from 9am - 5pm. If no one is available to take your call, please leave a message, and someone will return your call as soon as possible.

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