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Morristown National Historic Park is home to three important Revolutionary War sites - Fort Nonsense, Ford Mansion and Jockey Hollow. Stop by the Jockey Hollow Visitor Center for maps and information. Listed on both the National Register of Historic Places and the New Jersey Register of Historic Places, the sites were constructed in 1744. The Ford Mansion is a Georgian style home that George Washington used as his residence during the Revolutionary War.
Visit Washington’s Headquarters Museum before heading outdoors to enjoy the scenic surroundings. The park offers 27 miles of woodland trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. You’ll also find prime areas for bird watching and picnics. The park is open Wednesday-Sunday except on major holidays. .