Fort Klock Historic Restoration in the Mohawk Valley, New York Colony 1750
Membership President: Les Stewart
Vice President: Michael Wren
Treasurer: Lisa Emder
Secretary: Linda Faduski
Board President.....Robert Metzger
Willis 'Skip' Barshied John Case
Lisa Emden Linda Faduski
Joan Kark-Wren Jack Lull
William Murray John Oskinski
Fort Klock Historic Restoration
Saint Johnsville, New York, United States
Your Membership Matters!
Fort Klock is a non profit (501-C-3) organization. We do NOT have State or Federal money coming in to pay the bills. Your membership and generous donations pay for operating expenses and restoration materials. Please consider a donation to help keep this important piece of history alive, for future generations.
Please mail your check today:
PO box 42
St. Johnsville NY 13452
Easily accessible from New York Route 5 and 5S or New York State Thruway at exit 29 in Canajoharie, New York. From Exit 29 NYS Thruway, cross the Mohawk River to Route 5, proceed west for 9 miles. Fort Klock is located 2 miles east of St. Johnsville on Route 5.
Fort Klock is open seasonally. This year Fort Klock opens on May 20 and closes on Columbus Day. Tours are available Tuesday through Sunday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. There is a small fee for admission and to tour the farmhouse. $3 for adults and $1 for children under 12. Groups wishing to use the picnic grounds and/or arrange large group tours are asked to schedule their use ahead of time. Call 1-518-568-7779
Don't forget to visit the trade room gift shop where you will find woven articles from the Fort's loom, local books, maps, and many unique items.