Valley Forge National Historical Park is nationally significant as the location of the 1777-78 winter encampment of the Continental Army under General George Washington.
Beautiful trails, nature and history!
So many miles of trails for running
If the soldiers survived winter without shoes, you probably don't need them either.
Entry is free, so enjoy a visit to the site of General George Washington’s encampment in the winter of 1777, Washington’s headquarters, Washington Memorial Chapel, and replicate cabins and cannons.
Great introduction clip and really informative Rangers that are really helpful. Encampment store was really great.
Awesome park with beautiful landscapes and inspiring history! Bring a picnic lunch and plan plenty of time to see the monuments.
Great trails and hiking
At the beginning..
Thank god for George I hate tea
Valley Forge National Historic Park offers guests a visitors center and historic buildings, including Washington’s headquarters from his winter encampment of 1777-78. A must-see historical attraction!
Beautiful park and hiking trails with a visitor center and 10 mile scenic drive with an audio guide. Be sure to check out the local historical places too.
Gorgeous place to take a walk or even ride a bike
Beautiful park and great trails to bike around on!
If you stand under this tree and say Jerry Bruckheimer three times, Nicolas Cage appears with a mysterious novel written by the gods.
A beautiful park year-round, and great for early-morning runs.
The buildings such as the Visitor Center and Washington's Headquarters are open 9-5, but the park grounds are open sunrise to sunset!
They give military discounts for the trolley tour! Did the trolley tour and really enjoyed it! We learned a lot about Valley Forge an it wasn't boring at all!
Great place for a long, pretty, peaceful walk with the dog or the kid or the spouse or any combination of the three!
Snowing in the park, it's kind of creepy.
This huge park is filled with things to see. The cabins used by the soldiers, Washington Memorial Chapel, the Arch, and tons of hiking trails.
This place looks amazing for running.
Try to get Bree for your trolley tour and sit in the back on the left side for the best photo opportunities.
Its a great place for a bike ride or jog in the early morning.
The GW chapel is a must see!!
What were they thinking when they design the visitor center! Talk about out of place.
Valley Forge offers a glimpse into the Revolutionary War. Explore by car or on foot guided by the free cell phone tour, (484) 396-1018. Admission to the park and to Washington’s Headquarters is free.
Ridin with my girl
Great trails for running, biking, and even hiking! Especially beautiful in the fall. Check out the historical movie in the visitors' center if you have time.
Leashed pets are welcome at Valley Forge National Historical Park, a 3,500-acre park that was home to Washington’s winter encampment in 1777.
Run "the loop." It's hilly, but beautiful.
If you drive through the park, be sure and cross the old covered bridge that crosses the Valley Forge stream. You can park and have several choices for a pick-nic.
One of the best historic places in the Philly area. You can spend all day here and not see everything.
catch a trolley tour of the park, or a reenactment...visit the chapel to see a lot of beautiful architecture along with more historical info
Visit Valley Forge when the weather is nice and you want to enjoy the great outdoors. Escape to Valley Forge when the zombie apocalypse hits. Remember zombies can't climb trees!
Great place to walk/run. Too many old people that don't mind their own damn business though!
Great place for deer watching.
People there aren't kitten friendly :(
Great running and bike paths. The trail by the river connects all the way up to Fairmount Park in Philadelphia.
The auto tour at Valley Forge is well worth it. If you go make sure to stop at George Washington's headquarters
Best walking/running trail in the Philadelphia area
Stop if you can It one of my stops going to see the inlaws
One of the best places to run in the philadelphia area
We hope you're wearing a Tricorn Hat. Either way, stop in at the Cabin Chapel Shop for fresh homemade soups & the area’s best hot dogs.
Want to see this!