Change in Park Hours
The George Rogers Clark Memorial and Visitor Center are now closed on all federal holidays except Memorial Day, July 4th, and Labor Day.
Social Media Connections
Stay connected and learn what is happening at George Rogers Clark National Historical Park. You will be able to share with us and others your experiences at the George Rogers Clark Memorial. We want to connect with you-and keep you connected to us, by meeting you at the places where you are and expect us to be.
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Be our friend on Facebook! Even if you don't have a Facebook account, you can still see all the content on the George Rogers Clark National Historical Park page. Occasionally, we'll ask a thought provoking question, tell you "what is happening now," engage in conversations, and post photos and videos.
Did You Know?
The George Rogers Clark Memorial was administered by the State of Indiana untill 1966 when it was adopted into the National Park Service. President Lyndon Baines Johnson visited the park and signed the act which made it a national historical park. More...