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Not much is open before 11am on a Sunday in Sacket's Harbour. The friendly staff at the battlefield area decided to open the little museum an hour early when they saw the number of people wandering around. Admission is free for most of the park...More
We stumbled into Sackets Harbor for a side trip and were very pleasantly surprised.
Free parking was available and a short walk to most of the village there.
We did most of the walking tour of the battle field and found it quite interesting. We...More
We went into the office to buy tickets. It was only 3$ per person. What a deal! Most of the fort had been destroyed by the British during the War of 1812-1814.
The Americans were preparing to build a ship that would be the fastest...More
Overlooking Black River Bay/Lake Ontario and the harbor is a historic site dating back to the war of 1812-14, providing some of the history of this once significant military location. There are 2 original residences of military officers, with guided tours available, as well as...More
It's a nice area with a nice breeze from the water. Their are different signs that talk about what happened spread about. Their are also 2 cannons without a base, just the cannon. Along with a large commemorative stone. They also had a small building...More
Worth visiting this historic site and then going to dinner or brunch at Tin Pan Galley in the town. Battlefield is professionally preserved with several information stops and great views of the lake. This battlefield is only a short 10 minute drive off the interstate...More