The grounds are those that housed prisoners in World War II. I am aware that many not in that generation would not find this interesting, however to be at a site in the United States where these prisoners were held is quite interesting. There are no buildings remaining however there is a plaque, several acres of nice grounds and the old water tower. The historical plaque gives history of the area. The park is a short distance from the main street in Princeton and the entire area can be covered in a few minutes. There are some sports fields on the grounds, however don't let that take away form the historical significance.
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