Great park. Throughly enjoyed the park. It was great to go back in history. Rangers were excited to tell us every bits of history.
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I live in Philadelphia but had never done a tour. Friends were in from out of town and we decided to go the park. There are organized bus tours through the park, however, we opted for a private guide. The guide joins you in your...More
For a weekend trip, we practically had the place to ourselves, which for both the hiking and the driving tour made for a calm and stress-free daytrip. It allowed us to actually slow down on portions of the drive and see the views / read...More
Great day trip for the kids. Use backpacks and bring bag lunches to travel through the countryside from site to site or just use a car.
After passing through this area numerous time I finally decided to stop at the National Park. There is a trolley tour available but I opted for the personal vehicle phone tour. you dial a number and key in the correct number when you pass the...More
We arrived later in the afternoon and decided to take the Trolley Tour. The tour guide was excellent and provided great information about the park, making it worthwhile for us. I recommend this for families but also suggest taking the Trolley Tour if you are...More
This is such a beautiful property brimming with history, It's amazing to think of everything that took place here. I highly recommend the driving tour. It's free and it's the most efficient way to see the entire park. They have great walking trails throughout the...More
My family and I came during one balmy winter day and drove around the park following the Encampment Tour. This park is so beautiful! The landscape is just pure, raw beauty. People come in to walk, run, hike, and play. We came with our two-year-old...More
Visited in the winter and still had a great experience. Admission is free to the park and museum. Would recommend that when you visit plan staying at least three hours to be able to enjoy all the sites scattered throughout the park. Also there are...More
I stop in here whenever I am passing by. Its Free. Movie is free as is a small museum and the self guided tour. Definitly check out the log cabins and Washingtons quarters. Bring your lunch and have a picnic. Although most of the stuff...More