Morristown National Historical Park preserves sites in the Morristown, New Jersey area occupied by General George Washington
and the Continental Army in 1779-80 during the War for Independence. Historical sites within the park include the historic Jacob Ford Mansion (Washington's winter military headquarters); the Upper Redoubt site (built in 1777 following the battles of Trenton and Princeton
) in the Fort Nonsense
Unit of the park and the historic Wick House and Farm (headquarters of General Arthur St. Clair).
Morristown National Historical Park offers over 27 miles of hiking trails and is located in north central New Jersey, west of I-287.