The rolling hills and beautiful landscapes of the 3,500 acre
National Historical Park
provide insight into the great historical impact
this area had on the Revolutionary War. Though no battles were fought here,
more than 1,700 soliders perished during the winter of 1777-1778. The original stone building which served as Washington's headquarters has been
restored and is open daily. Log huts have been reconstructed throughout the
park, and statues and monuments honour those who served here.
Why not take a self-guided or scheduled tour on a scenic drive through the park, or
explore the ten miles of horse trails, and six miles of multi-use trails that
wend throughout the park’s rolling hillsides.