A fortified farm homestead in the Mohawk Valley
Fort Klock Historic Restoration
P.O. Box 42
St. Johnsville, New York 13452
For information call: (518) 568-7779
Phone during the open season
Open Memorial Day - Mid-Oct; 9:00 A.M.--5:00 P.M. Tues through Sun.
SMALL Admission Charge.
Area Map (to Fort Klock and Indian Castle Church)
Farm Chores
We love visitors

Please call Fort Klock (518) 568-7779 for information on special events. There is a small admission charge during special events, donations for restoration projects are accepted.

About Fort Klock
History of the fort The 30 acre complex has original colonial farm structures with a 19th century schoolhouse and Blacksmith's Shop. Fort Klock receives no government funding, it is maintained by a SMALL group of dedicated volunteers.

Fort Klock was initially constructed in 1750 by Johannes Klock, and in 1973, designated a National Historic Landmark, a site "of exceptional value in commemorating or illustrating the history of the United States."
Important: Items are presented as written. Historical accuracy cannot be guaranteed.

Copyright 1998, --, 2001. Fort Klock Historic Restoration, Berry Enterprises. All rights reserved.