Stillwater Blockhouse New York

Stillwater Blockhouse Museum

block·house ˈbläkˌhous/ noun
  1. a reinforced concrete shelter used as an observation point.
    • historical a one-storied timber building with loopholes, used as a fort made of square logs. 

During the battles of “Saratoga” (Freemans Farm and Bemis Heights). You can imagine peeking through the portholes to fire at the oncoming enemy.

Blockhouse Park, Route 4
StillwaterNY 12170
Phone: (518) 664-6148