Hike 38: Jockey Hollow | Morristown National Historic Park

Hike 38 was my second time in the Jockey Hollow section of the Morristown National Historic Park – my goal was to revisit my favorite parts of the park from last summer’s hike, and to explore more of the east side of the area. Continue reading

Jockey Hollow Hike – Morristown National Historical Park

Many people are unaware of the amount of Revolutionary War history that exists in New Jersey.  George Washington actually spent more time in the state than any other during our country’s battle for freedom.  Some historic sights are identified by roadside markers or large stone monuments, while others have been preserved as part of the National Park System – in 1933 Morristown became the country’s first National Historical Park; protecting the site used as a winter came for Washington and his troops. Continue reading