Historic Fort Saint-Frederic Site Visualization
NYS Office of Parks recreation and Historic Preservation
Crown Point, NY
Fort Saint-Frédéric was a French fort built on Lake Champlain at Crown Point, NY to secure the region against British colonization and to allow the French to control the use of Lake Champlain. Originally constructed in 1734, the fort stood through the French and Indian War. The New York State Office of Parks Recreatina and Historic Presecrvation hired Saratoga Associates to provide a three-dimentional visualization of how the Fort appeared during the colonial period to be used for public education and interpretive exhibits. Saratoga used hitoric maps and other period information to develop the model.