VALLEY FORGE

Valley Forge is a convenient and sunny site that features a large grassy meadow often covered with wild flowers and prairie plants. The campsite is bordered to the south by young and mature oak trees.

SUGGESTED OCCUPANCY: 10 - 50 campers

SIZE: Large

SHADE COVER: Low

NEAREST POINTS OF INTEREST:

    • Shooting Sports (Range)
    • Eagles Nest
    • Dining Pavilion
    • Trading Post
    • Commissary
    • West Showerhouse

HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE

Valley Forge was the well known location where General Washington and the Continental Army spent the winter between 1777 and 1778 during the Revolutionary War. About 12,000 men built cabins to protect themselves from the weather.

GALLERY

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Lithospermum caroliniense Valley Forge 5 Rudbeckia hirta

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