What to do and see in Schuylerville, United States: The Best Places and Tips

December 6, 2017 Agatha Simes

Schuylerville is a village in Saratoga County, New York, United States. The village is located in the northeast part of the Town of Saratoga, east of Saratoga Springs. The Village of Victory is adjacent to Schuylerville to the southwest and the Hudson River forms the village's eastern border. The population was 1,386 at the 2010 census. The village was incorporated in 1831 and is named after the Schuyler family, a prominent family of Dutch descent in colonial America.
Restaurants in Schuylerville

1. Schuyler House

Route 4, Schuylerville, NY +1 518-670-2985
Excellent
54%
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46%
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4.5 based on 32 reviews

Schuyler House

Reviewed By John I - Clifton Park, New York

This structure is an enlarged farmhouse which was constructed after General Burgoyne burned down the original. For a purist, it does have the original furnishings. However, it is pretty neat nonetheless. Our excellent tour guide showed us each room, and discussed some of the people who visited here, as well as Philip Schuyler and his businesses. Quite a man with many interests and accomplishments. This place is free to enter, but is not open every day. Best to check in advance.

We spent some time walking the grounds. Interesting to think of all the history that occurred around this structure.

2. Saratoga Monument

Burgoyne Street, Victory Mills, NY +1 518-670-2985
Excellent
53%
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42%
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5%
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4.5 based on 19 reviews

Saratoga Monument

Reviewed By PhilR9 - Peoria, Arizona

This 155 foot tower was erected 100 years after the Battle of Saratoga. It is located next to Schuylerville and worth the 196 steps to the top. It is free. The National Park Service has added the field nearby to the site which is where the British surrendered after the Battle. The visit here will complete the day when yougottothe saratoga National Historical Park, Schuyler House and these visits. Worth the trip!

3. Argyle Brewing Company

1 Main St, Greenwich, NY 12834-1209 +1 518-692-2585
Excellent
70%
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30%
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4.5 based on 23 reviews

Argyle Brewing Company

Reviewed By rider132 - Troy, New York

Stopped by after a great meal at Sweet Beet Bistro which happens to serve Argyle brew.
We had the "rough and ready" and "cute little blonde". Both outstanding. Wife loved the black currant cider.
Purchased a growler of rough and ready to go and a bottle of black currant. The cider is not made here but is a local product. Wife loves it and she happens to be a cute little blonde. A bottle of the black currant makes her rough and ready..
It was a great day..
All kidding aside, this place is outstanding. Friendly and very knowledgable about their product. On this day pizza was ordered and served to the standing room only crowd free of charge. We were still full from our great dinner at the bistro so we didn't partake..
Worth a trip from anywhere. Beautiful area loaded with nice people.

4. Glen Falls

Glen Ave, Williamsville, NY
Excellent
72%
Good
27%
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4.5 based on 172 reviews

Glen Falls

Reviewed By hilpup24 - Buffalo, New York

I used to live right by this park and it was a place I would go to several times a week. Like a little getaway in the middle of bustling Williamsville. Fantastic place to walk around after getting some ice cream at Sweet Jenny's.

5. Victory View Vineyard

11975 State Route 40, Schaghticoke, NY 12154-2309 +1 518-461-7132
Excellent
86%
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14%
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5 based on 7 reviews

Victory View Vineyard

Reviewed By Susan R - Greenwich

Recently opened for wine tours and tastings. Owners, Gerry and Mary, are very knowledgeable and passionate about their wines. Went with friends and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves, especially the wonderful wines we tasted.

Well worth the trip, a lovely way to spend an afternoon! Visit their great web site to set up a visit.

6. Saratoga Spa State Park

19 Roosevelt Dr, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866-6225 +1 518-584-2535
Excellent
73%
Good
21%
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4.5 based on 737 reviews

Saratoga Spa State Park

This National Historic Landmark offers diverse cultural, aesthetic and recreational activities in such venues as the Lincoln mineral baths, Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Spa Little Theater, National Museum of Dance and the historic Gideon Putnam Hotel.

Reviewed By pogo77 - Middlebury, Connecticut

Loved the park! We got there later than expected due to weather delay. We walked to 4 or 5 springs on the short loop. Below freezing temps but springs were flowing! Trails we easy to see with short cuts available (we were loosing daylight). We did not get to see the warming hut or any of the other buildings on site that day. Parking was free and easy. We came back for appointments at the Roosevelt Baths and Farmers Market the next day- great trip. Only thing that would make the park better would be a open gas fire pit somewhere on the grounds were people could meet and get warm.

7. Mohawk Maiden Cruises

Mooring at Lock C5, County Road 42, Schuylerville, NY 12871
Excellent
68%
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Satisfactory
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Poor
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4.5 based on 34 reviews

Mohawk Maiden Cruises

The Caldwell Belle provides tours along the the upper Hudson River and Champlain Canal waterways. Her home port is located next to Lock C5 on the Champlain Canal near the Village of Schuylerville and in the town of Saratoga. Providing a variety of excursions and cruises that are sure to please, the M/V Caldwell Belle is an authentic chain-driven sternwheel riverboat able to navigate in waters as low as three feet! Consider us for your next Business Charter • Group Excursion • Field Trip • Mini Vacation or Wedding! Daycation and overnight mini-vacations in July, August & September! Visit our website for more information.

Reviewed By Ursula A

i had a very poor experience here= i prepaid for my tickets and arrived 8 min after three for the boat ride i had never been there before so i went to the wrong parking lot - i sent my husband to hand in the tickets and let them know we where there the man at the gate said it was fine come on through and the owner stopped me as i was walking with my baby and said she dropped and it was not safe to board - she never even stopped or waited. the worst part is that it was my husbands birthday and he did not even get to ride.i understand that they have there policy she stated that i would receive a full refund, and i guess i would not be posting this review if it was just that as i was walking aaway she began to engage the crew about the situation and the guest as if she ( the owner) had a right to be upset ,wailing her arms and running her mouth-i still cant rap my head around why she was mad at all beauce shes not the one who paid 80 plus dollars for as boat ride and did not get it. i received an email last night stated i would get my refund back minus 10 service charge . was not worth the money or the time. the women did not appericate my business and had very poor customer service skills , she did apology in the email for her behavior however i would never go back nor recommend- save your money people its not worth the Ramada.

8. Saratoga Race Course

267 Union Ave, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866-3553 +1 518-584-6200
Excellent
73%
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4.5 based on 1 reviews

Saratoga Race Course

This famed 350-acre racetrack features thoroughbred horseracing during its six-week season from late July through early September. Though one of the sport's premier events, the races often take second place to people-watching.

Reviewed By Rachel L - Newark, Delaware

Saratoga is a historic and beautiful race track for Thoroughbreds. It's always an enjoyable day spent at this classy track!

9. Willard Mountain

77 Intervale Rd, Greenwich, NY 12834-5827 +1 518-692-7337
Excellent
56%
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7%
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4 based on 13 reviews

Willard Mountain

Popular recreation area offering Alpine skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing.

Reviewed By caszsmom - Albany, New York

The Girl/Boy scouts rented Willard Mountain for a night of tubing. Everyone from little kids to the adults had a great time. The staff was very friendly and made sure the warming stations, inside and out, were always stoked. They even made Smores! A special shout out for the two gentleman and one gal that were pushing the tubes to start them up top. They went above and beyond to make sure we all had "a sweet ride" !! Judging by the treatment we received, I feel that the service would be the same no matter when you went.

10. Saratoga Skydiving Adventures

288 Brownville Rd, Gansevoort, NY 12831-2150
Excellent
86%
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4.5 based on 7 reviews

Saratoga Skydiving Adventures

Reviewed By Bah715 - Glens Falls, New York

Very experienced and professional adventure. If you are looking to check skydiving off of your life list, look no further, call Saratoga Skydiving now!

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