My wife and I visited this park which was larger than it appeared. We first stopped at the visitor center where the staff and volunteers were friendly and welcoming to educate. The interpretive center was loaded with background and a great introduction to the park. The road led through the park where there were many stops that featured short trails. There were signs that pointed out the areas of interest at each stop which gave an excellent depiction of the battles that took place. Apart from the history, this park is beautiful with amazing opportunities to view wildlife as well. If the temperature was not so cold and windy, we would have stayed longer. Give yourself a good 3-4 hours to stop at each stop and walk each trail, especially if you enjoy reading every sign and marker. We visited for about 3 hours total, including the visitor center, and could have spent another 2 hours with all of the trails.
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