Living nearby, I have visited the park on many occasions. The park staff has an active educational program that places the park and environs in historical perspective. As is the case with most national historic parks, the interpretation is well done. The park provides a nice walking trail that follows the line of march on April 19, 1775. The visitor center has an introductory video program that is both entertaining and educational. Rangers provide programs on a regular basis, depending on the season. Parking has never been an issue; for big re-enactments, they provide shuttle service for those who park at a distance. My favorite part of the park is the amazing homesite with massive chimney/ovens/storage that is all the remains of the Hartwell House, which later served as a popular restaurant until it burned.