Most of the 690 acres at Eisenhower National Historic Site are used for agricultural crops, cattle grazing, or for lawn and garden. However, tucked into the remaining forested land, grassland areas, and riparian areas are an interesting variety of native plant species.
Did You Know?
Dwight Eisenhower served as General MacArthur’s chief of staff in the Philippines in the 30s. Although quick to acknowledge MacArthur’s brilliant military mind, Eisenhower was frustrated with the General’s penchant for grandstanding and theatrics.