Yorktown is a campsite specifically designed to be accessible for campers with special needs. The campsite features several concrete pads with electrical outlets. Upon request, they can be covered by canvas platform tents. The campsite is also in a central location of camp for convenience. A gravel path leads to the nearby completely accessible showerhouse. The campsite includes all the features of a typcial campsite and includes amenities such as grassy space for tents, picnic tables, a fire ring, and a flag pole.
SUGGESTED OCCUPANCY: 5 - 15 campers
SHADE COVER: Low
NEAREST POINTS OF INTEREST:
- Aquatics (Waterfront)
- Outdoor Skills (Scoutcraft)
- Ecology/Conservation (Nature)
- East Showerhouse
- Trading Post
The final battle of the Revolutionary War was at Yorktown in 1781. General Washington and the Continental Army trapped General Cornwallis’s British troops on land and the French Navy trapped them by sea. This American victory ended the Revolutionary War. On the same spot in 1862, a month long siege during the Civil War was held between the Union and the Confederacy. There were only a few hundred casualties and neither side gained any advantage. The winner here is inconclusive.