• Nathanael Greene Monument

    Guilford Courthouse

    National Military Park North Carolina

Support Your Park

Public support is a critical component in the management of National Park Service lands. No other federal agency relies as heavily on the generosity and kindness of its visitors, and we thank you for your past support and look forward to future partnerships. From volunteering to shopping in our bookstore, there are many ways that the public can support Guilford Courthouse National Military Park.

Make A Donation

Your interest in making a donation to Guilford Courthouse National Military Park is greatly appreciated. Please visit our donation webpage to learn how you can make a contribution.

Volunteer

Whether you have a day or an entire season, opportunities exist for volunteers at Guilford Courthouse. Please visit our volunteer webpage to learn how you can help support Guilford Courthouse by volunteering your time and effort.

Bookstore

Learn how your bookstore purchase will assist Guilford Courthouse National Military Park by visiting our bookstore webpage.

The Guilford Battleground Company

The Guilford Battleground Company is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing funding for the support and preservation of Guilford Courthouse National Military Park and Tannenbaum Historic Park. These special places are dedicated to the mission, commitment, struggles and sacrifices of revolutionary soldiers and patriots who created our country and who fought for the freedoms we hold sacred today. Your donation will make it possible for generations to come to learn about life during colonial times and to enjoy the beauty and serenity of these two historical landmarks. Donations are tax deductible.

For more information or to become a member, please visit the website at guilfordbattlegroundcompany.org or call 336-545-5313.

Did You Know?

General Washington

Two Presidents of the United States have visited the Guilford Court House battlefield? George Washington visited and stayed overnight in June 1791 and Gerald R. Ford spoke to a large Bicentennial audience from the Greene Monument in March 1976.