Thanks to the arrow-straight and nearly level walking paths originally surveyed by George Washington this is a historic stroll with nature and history. However late July is probably not the best choice of season to visit since mosquitoes are rampant. Plan on feeling isolated and at one with nature. The Visitor Center provides helpful information and updates on current sightings; bears were prevalent during our visit, but fortunately we missed that local drama. Bring bug spray and tick repellant and be sure you have appropriate footwear!
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