Revolutionary War spirits, that is. One of the smallest national parks in the country, this park is big on visitor satisfaction. It is manageable in size, but huge in scale insofar as historical experience. The centerpiece is the fabulous statue of General Nathaniel Greene, who led the Americans against Cornwallis in one of the most bitterly fought battles of the Revolutionary War. The park is impeccably kept, with grounds, forest and footpaths criss-crossing the landscape. There are statues and even a couple of gravesites dotting the grounds, and the visitor's center is about as thorough in its description of the events that took place here as any you will find. The rangers and staff answer any and all questions and when reenactments take place, you really feel history come alive. If you're not in a history-studying mood, this is one of the most beautiful places in the city for walking, running, or even driving through a wooded, natural, and picturesque example of our nation's sacred battlegrounds.