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Sagamore Hill: All You Need to Know

Posted by Lawrence Blessinger on Sep 4, 2019 10:00:00 AM

Sagamore Hill

When looking for a new, fun place to explore, there is nowhere better than one of the beloved national parks around the world. For this specific park, you don’t even need to venture far to find a fun and historical place to visit. Right in Oyster Bay, New York stands Sagamore Hill, President Teddy Roosevelt’s home. Visiting this place will be fun for everyone of all ages. 

Sagamore Hill National Historic Site

This historical piece of land, home to our 26th president, is a place to visit anytime of the year to learn and experience a great wealth of history. With many different things for people to do and see, including tours of the property and President Roosevelt’s house itself, this should definitely be on your bucket list this year of places to check out.

President Roosevelt lived here from 1885 until his death in 1919. During his presidency, he spent all summer here and the term “The Summer White House” was coined. Many instrumental events happened at this house. Roosevelt hosted foreign dignitaries and even talks that would eventually help end the Russo-Japanese War.

Due to the size of the location, there are many different types of habitats there, such as woodlands, open fields, beaches, and salt marshes. All of these habitats provide many homes to various different animal species. You can find nesting birds, turtles, deer and even chipmunks.  

How to Get In

While getting onto the land is free, there is a small fee to get into and visit Roosevelt’s house. A ticket for adults is $10 and those who are 16 and under have admission for free. You can visit the house and then walk the trail walks to try and spot all of the animals that live on the property. You can even purchase passes to get in an unlimited amount of times to keep coming back for more fun.

In the world, there are over 400 national parks that are currently preserving 84 million acres of the most beautiful and treasured landscapes. This is definitely a historical site that is worth checking out. You’ll be able to learn a lot of information and see some great historical artifacts that you can’t see anywhere else. Not only will you learn a lot of great history but you can also see the beautiful grounds as well.

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