French and Indian War

Rogers Rock Campground & Day Use Area

Location

Rogers Rock Campground & Day Use Area
9894 Lake Shore Drive
Hague, NY 12836
United States
Phone: (518) 585-6746
43° 47' 19.6728" N, 73° 29' 19.0248" W

Rogers Rock Campground & Day Use Area is part of New York's Adirondack Park and is located along the northwestern bank of Lake George. A major feature of the area is Rogers Rock, named after an English colonial fighter named Robert Rogers, who served in the French and Indian War. Rogers climbed the rock to evade Indians who were pursuing him and there are various legends regarding the specifics of his escape.

Fort Ticonderoga

Size: 
2000 acres

Location

Fort Ticonderoga
100 Fort Road
Ticonderoga, NY 12883
United States
Phone: (518) 585-2821
43° 50' 55.0428" N, 73° 23' 36.5424" W

Fort Ticonderoga is a large 18th-century French-built fort built near the south end of Lake Champlain in upstate New York. It was used during the French and Indian War and the Revolutionary War. The fort is now maintained by the Fort Ticonderoga Association is considered a National Historic Landmark.