Ticonderoga is a large grassy campsite with a gentle slope to the east surrounded on the south by large oak trees. This campsite offers gentle breezes and a great view of the night sky.
SUGGESTED OCCUPANCY: 10 - 40 campers
SHADE COVER: Low
NEAREST POINTS OF INTEREST:
- Ecology/Conservation (Nature)
- Handicrafts (New Frontiers)
- Eagles Nest
- East Showerhouse
- Trading Post
Fort Ticonderoga was strategically the most important during the Seven Years War between Great Britain and France. During the Revolutionary War, the New York State Militia captured the fort in 1775. However, the Americans lost control in 1777 to the British. After the war, the fort was abandoned.