Morristown National Historical Park

Morristown National Historical Park

Morris County Region

40.761964, -74.542594

Site of the nation’s first national historical park.  Morristown's winter of 1779-80 was the harshest winter encampment endured by General George Washington and the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War.

 

Jockey Hollow, Fort Nonsense, the New Jersey Brigade, and the Jacob Ford Mansion were of importance during the American Revolution.  Today they are part of the Morristown National Historical Park, created in 1933 as the nation's first national historical park. The 1,600-acre Jockey Hollow Encampment Area housed 10,000 soldiers of the Continental Army during the winter of 1779-80.

Park Acreage:

Not available

Municipality:

Morristown

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Contact Information

Web Link:

Morristown National Historical Park

Phone:

(908) 766-8215

Fees:

Some times and places; check with park

Dogs in park:

Dogs on leash

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