Trek around the battlefield with site interpreter and long-time reenactor Bob Franzoni. See locations of main points of the battle, learn about military tactics and key personalities of the battle, and look at a replica soldier’s kit. Hike will take place from 1:30 to 4:30 PM. Wear sturdy shoes, dress for the weather. Vermont Archaeology Month event.
The Hubbardton Battlefield State Historic Site is open without charge on Patriot Day for those who wish to honor past heroes.
This event has been postponed. Please check back with us in 2021.
The State of Vermont and Hubbardton Historical Society present an afternoon of telling stories about early Hubbardton residents and the soldiers who fought here. Meet the Hubbardton ghosts and hear about the spirits at other Revolutionary War battlefields. Meet at the museum for the start of the program and as a group we will go to the East Hubbardton Cemetery.
On this 9th annual driving tour to explore the Hydeville Branch of the 1776 Mount Independence-Hubbardton Military Road. Meet at the Hubbardton Battlefield in your own vehicle. The tour will travel north from Hydeville through west Castleton to eastern Benson. Jim Rowe, president of the Crown Point Road Association, is our leader. Co-sponsored by Crown Point Road Association.
Meet at the Hubbardton Battlefield visitor center. Jim Rowe, president of the Crown Point Road Association, leads a vigorous guided hike on the Hubbardton section of the 1776-77 military road to Mount Independence. Wear sturdy shoes and bring water.
Hubbardton Battlefield interpreter Mark Brownell gives an illustrated talk on the history, evolution, and meaning of early American flags.
The site is open today in honor of Memorial Day. At noon battlefield flags will be raised to full-mast and tribute paid at the battle monument to the soldiers of Hubbardton.
The Crown Point Road Association offers a long and moderately strenuous recreational hike circling Monument Hill and experiencing off-the-trail areas that saw activity during the 1777 battle. Meet in the site parking lot. An afternoon to enjoy the outdoors. Wear boots and protective clothing, as you will be going through brushy areas.
Join us on this annual hike up Mount Zion to enjoy the autumn colors and sweeping views of the battlefield. Mount Zion is now part of the Taconic Mountains Ramble State Park. Wear sturdy shoes, dress for the weather, and bring water. Meet at the State Historic Site visitor center.
Trek around the battlefield with site interpreter and long-time reenactor Bob Franzoni. See locations of main points of the battle, learn about military tactics and key personalities of the battle, and look at a replica soldier’s kit. Wear sturdy shoes, dress for the weather.