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To just walk around and think of the hard times that must have been at this site was unreal. Lots of history. Also enjoyed the walk around the upper path around the fort looking down on the grounds. Also nice view of the lake. Nice...More
My wife and I visited Crown Point State Historic Site on the first day of a Hudson river vacation. We followed the course of the British invasion of New York during the Revolutionary war, visiting Fort Crown Point, Fort Ticonderoga, Whitehall, and the site of...More
Great views of the lake while walking through the two fort ruin areas, one british and one french. The visitor center is small but surprising good with nice artifacts and a great historic video and lighted display board. Don't let the outside building fool you....More
History bufffs will love exploring the ruins of this well used fortification. Enjoy the solitude, stroll the ramparts or explore the interiors. Pack a picnic, bring a blanket, and enjoy the view overlooking the Lake Champlain Bridge and the Lake. For the best photos, visit...More
We came across this state historic site by accident and are so glad that we stopped. The park preserves French and British ruins from the era of the French and Indian Wars, Outstanding visitor center. Ruins of British ruins are truly impressive.
The history of this fort is amazing. No charge to just drive in and sit next to the water on the grass and enjoy yourself. Bring a blanket and have a picnic. Every Wednesday 5pm during the summer you can see the J-24 sailing races...More
My wife and I live only 10 minutes from here. The place is very well kept and has much to offer for history enthusiasts. From Fort Ruins to a very interesting museum. Lake Champlain is a 1 minute walk from the Museum Parking Lot. The...More