The Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route NHT encompasses over 680 miles of land and water trails through Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Washington D.C. We are still in the process of defining the routes, and the maps will be updated as the NHT progresses. The following maps per state are available in the format of Google Maps. GIS files are available by request.
Please note the following maps per state are guides to the auto route of the NHT. Pedestrian and bicycle maps for the NHT are not available at this time.
Links to Google Maps are below:
Did You Know?
Revolutionary War veteran Joseph Plumb Martin, in his 1830 memoir, recounted seeing the French fleet under Admiral de Grasse for the first time, “[We] soon arrived at the mouth of James’ river, where were a number of armed French vessels and two or three fifty gun ships. We passed in sight of the French fleet, then lying in Lynnhaven bay; they resembled a swamp of dry pine trees.”