Valley Forge is known for its role as a winter camp for the downtrodden rebel army during the American revolution and plenty of evidence of that is on offer. What makes it more special is that it is a big open meadow-type nature park in an otherwise quite built up and hectic part of the world. Cross in to the park and all the bustle of King of Prussia and the many malls, big-box stores, office parks, hotels, highways, etc. melts away. It's a wonderful place for a walk or a run or a bike ride any time of the year.
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