• Cannon and Cornfield at Dawn

    Antietam

    National Battlefield Maryland

New Kids in Parks Track Trail

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Date: February 12, 2014

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Kids in Parks provides a network of family friendly trails, called TRACK Trails, that connect various public lands in an attempt to get kids "un-plugged", outdoors and reconnected with nature for their health and the health of our parks. The Antietam Track Trail starts at the historic Mumma Farm (Stop #6 on the driving tour route).Trail brochures which can be found at the visitor center include Natures Hide and Seek, Birds of the Greater Washington DC Area National Parks, Mumma and Roulette Farms Scavenger Hunt, and the Need for Trees. Trail brochures can also be downloaded by visiting http://www.kidsinparks.com/trails/md/antietam-national-battlefield. For more information, please contact the park visitor center at 301-432-5124.

Did You Know?

William McKinley as a soldier and president.

William McKinley served at Antietam as a Commissary Sergeant in the 23rd Ohio Infantry before becoming the nation’s 25th President. A monument to him at Antietam was dedicated in his memory on October 13, 1903, two years after he was assassinated.