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A Revolutionary Camp at Night at the New Windsor Historic Huts (Saturday, April 20, 2019 07:00 PM – 09:30 PM)

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New Windsor Cantonment State Historic Site

Phone: (845) 561-1765

The New Windsor Cantonment State Historic Site and National Temple Hill Association on Saturday April 20, 2019 from 7:00-9:30 PM present a night of Revolutionary War military drills, musket firings and other period activities. Admission is free. For more information please call New Windsor Cantonment at (845) 561-1765 ext. 22. The historic huts are located on Causeway Road/Fisher Lane, off Temple Hill Road (Route 300) in the Town of New Windsor, New York. The site is directly across the street from the New Windsor Cantonment and National Purple Heart Hall of Honor, and is three miles east of Stewart Airport and three miles south of the intersection of I-87 and I-84.


These authentically reconstructed log huts were commissioned by the Town of New Windsor, New York during the Bicentennial of the American Revolution to highlight their historic property, encompassing a large portion of the 1782-83 final winter encampment of the northern Continental Army. This property is currently managed by the National Temple Hill Association on behalf of the Town of New Windsor. Primarily responsible for the preservation of a large portion of this encampment site, the National Temple Hill Association also operates the mid-18th century stone house owned by James Edmonston that was used for a short time as a headquarters by Major General Horatio Gates.

New Windsor Cantonment State Historic Site

Phone: (845) 561-1765

The New Windsor Cantonment State Historic Site and National Temple Hill Association on Saturday April 20, 2019 from 7:00-9:30 PM present a night of Revolutionary War military drills, musket firings and other period activities. Admission is free. For more information please call New Windsor Cantonment at (845) 561-1765 ext. 22. The historic huts are located on Causeway Road/Fisher Lane, off Temple Hill Road (Route 300) in the Town of New Windsor, New York. The site is directly across the street from the New Windsor Cantonment and National Purple Heart Hall of Honor, and is three miles east of Stewart Airport and three miles south of the intersection of I-87 and I-84.


These authentically reconstructed log huts were commissioned by the Town of New Windsor, New York during the Bicentennial of the American Revolution to highlight their historic property, encompassing a large portion of the 1782-83 final winter encampment of the northern Continental Army. This property is currently managed by the National Temple Hill Association on behalf of the Town of New Windsor. Primarily responsible for the preservation of a large portion of this encampment site, the National Temple Hill Association also operates the mid-18th century stone house owned by James Edmonston that was used for a short time as a headquarters by Major General Horatio Gates.

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