Monmouth Battlefield State Park

Monmouth Battlefield State Park

40.26329, -74.320628

One of the largest battles of the American Revolution took place in the fields and forests on this site. 




Monmouth Battlefield State Park is the site of one of the largest battles fought during the Revolutionary War. It took place on June 28, 1778, as a force of 5,000 Continental soldiers attempted to stop the British army retreat from Philadelphia to New York. It was during an artillery battle that Mary Hays, known as “Molly Pitcher,” carried water for the soldiers to quench their thirst and to...

Park Acreage:

1818.00 acres



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New Jersey DEP, Division of Parks and Forestry


(732) 462-9616



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