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We usually visit Nation Park Service sites, and are glad we hit this one. It is not large, but the ranger on duty may be the most enthusiastic ranger we have ever encountered. The visitors center is small, but it fits the site. 15 minute...More
Remember the Raisin - I sure will - Thanks to the National Pak Rangers that staff the visitor center. We participated in the Jr Ranger Program (Major Muskrat) and learned a lot from the program and the rangers. They really brought the raisin to a...More
We saw the sign and got off the highway to see what this was about. We watched the short film and learned a lot about the battlefield. We walked around the visitor center and talked with the 2 gentlemen that worked there. They were very...More
This battlefield is underdevelopment and little National Park Service interpretation is provided on the battlefield beyond the historic markers placed by the State of Michigan and Monroe County. The visitor center is small but it does a fairly good job in telling the story of...More
I must admit I knew almost nothing about the War of 1812, but this battlefield makes me want to know more. The grounds are small, with walk paths and benches; the visitor center is also small but packed with history. A must see video and...More
Greater! This is a great, informative, presentation about the history of this River of grapes. Our Junior Rangers got their first badge of our trip here and we absolutely love this little Hidden Gem of a national park! Don't skip it if you're anywhere close.
This is a very small national park but had fun walking the trail and reading the signs with my nephew. Only takes an hour or two to experience the park so if you are in a hurry or don't have much time it is worth...More
We toured outdoors and read the historic plaques, which provided an excellent story of what happened there. Then we went into the Visitor Center. Our hostess was extremely welcoming and knowledgeable in the history of the scene as well as the entire war. DVD was...More
We got here just after opening, so we were the only ones here. Ranger Ron was very informative and friendly. You could tell he enjoys his job! He told us about the area, the War Of 1812, and described the exhibits in the visitor center....More
Newer smaller National park, small exhibit area with history of war of 1812 and the River Raisin battle , if you bring your bike you can ride from the battle field area right into sterling state on park on the bike paths and ride for...More