Fodor's Expert Review Fort Corchaug/Downs Farm Preserve

Cutchogue Family

You may walk along peaceful woodland trails lined with native flora and fauna at this National Historic Landmark and important archaeological site. The fort dates to at least the early 1600s and is largely intact. At the visitor center a volunteer can explain exhibits about the Native American Corchaug tribe, who built the fort, and the early colonial settlers. Family and children's events are held here regularly.


Quick Facts

Main Rd.
Cutchogue, New York  11935, USA


Sight Details:
Rate Includes: Free, Daily dawn–dusk

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