Visitors Guide to Andersonville National Historic Site

If you enjoy exploring Civil War battlefields and military landmarks, you need to make it a point to visit  Andersonville National Historic Site in Georgia. Because Andersonville is one of those places where words don’t come easy and thoughts turn to sadness and anger. This Godforsaken place continues to haunt as you walk lightly upon the hallowed grounds where so many perished horrifically and unnecessarily. How could our Country allow such an atrocity to happen?

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Which National Park Pass Should You Get?

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Making the Most of Your National Park Experience

Always On Liberty - Joshua Tree National Park Boulder

Have you been to a National Park lately? If not, you’re missing out on an incredible experience. Park visitors have grown to epic numbers of visitors. It’s because it’s relatively inexpensive, educational and a great way to get in touch with your wild side. But how can you make the most of your visit? Here’s some National Park visitor tips to create incredible memories that last a lifetime.

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Toltec Mounds Archeological State Park – Scott, Arkansas

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In the spring of 2017, we need a little relaxation for a few days so we stayed at U.S. Corps of Engineers Willow Beach Campground . While there, we found and explored Toltec Mounds Archeological State Park. Registered as a National Historic Landmark, Toltec Mounds is located at the Terry Lock and Dam in Willow Beach, not far from Little Rock.

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Appomattox Court House National Historic Park – Virginia

In the first three weeks in May 2016, we anchored down at USNWS (U.S. Naval Weapons Station) Cheatham Annex near Williamsburg, Virginia.  This liberty port was two-fold. First, for visiting friends, family and shipmates; some even 250 miles away. Second, to learn a bit of our Nation’s history at Appomattox Court House.
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