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Ranger-Guided Evening History Strolls at Saratoga National Historical Park

Dates for Event:

July 23, 2015
August 20, 2015

Description of Event


Meet by the flag pole at the visitor center parking lot to join Park Volunteer Dick Farrell
on two guided evening strolls exploring the Battles of Saratoga. Caravan to various
locations, then walk up to 1 mile over uneven ground. Please bring water and insect
repellent, and wear sturdy shoes. Event cancelled if raining.

6pm – 8pm

  • July 23—the First Battle
  • August 20—the Second Battle


Related Content:
 Historic Museums and Attractions

For More Information, Contact:

Saratoga National Historical Park
648 State Route 32, Stillwater, NY 12170
518-664-9821 ext. 1777
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Latitude: 42.996442400
Longitude: -73.638903800
Elevation: 261 FT (80 M)
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