Become a member of the Rogers Island Visitors Center
What is Rogers Island Visitors Center and Rogers Island Heritage Development Alliance?
The Visitors Center is managed by the non-profit Rogers Island Heritage Development Alliance (RIHDA). The permanent exhibits within the Center tell of the area’s earliest known Native American inhabitants, the British fort built here in the 18th century, the renowned Rogers' Rangers who operated from their base camp on this island from mid 1756 until 1759 during the French & Indian War and Fort Edward’s role in the Revolutionary War.
Viewing windows into our working archaeological laboratory give visitors an opportunity to see actual artifacts from recent digs in the Fort Edward area as they are being cleaned and processed by volunteer members of the Adirondack Chapter of the New York State Archaeological Association.
Newsletter with the latest news from Rogers Island
Calendar of Events
Invitations to Special Events
Personalized Membership Cards
Seasonal Gift Shop Discount
Be a part of Rogers Island Visitors Center and help us preserve this great history!
Download the membership form or call 518-747-3693 to join!
Closed Nov - May
11 Rogers Island Drive (off Rte. 197) – PO Box 208, Fort Edward, NY 12828
Phone: 518-747-3693 [email protected]