Washington's Camp Ground

Middlebrook & Cedarcrest Rds.
Bridgewater, NJ 08805
  • Overview

    During the American Revolutionary War, Gen. George Washington used the area north of Bound Brook as the site for two encampments during the winters of 1777 and 1778-79. Middlebrook is also famous as it was the first site where the original 13-star flag was officially flown after is adoption by Congress in 1777. See the marker of the Middlebrook Encampments Site.

  • Amenities

    • Free Admission
  • Nearby:

    •  Dining

      • Chimney Rock Inn
        1.0 MI
        732-469-4600 View >
      • Stone House at Stirling Ridge
        5.6 MI
        908-754-1222 View >
      • Focacceria Ristorante
        6.4 MI
        908-604-2440 View >
      • Stuff Yer Face
        7.3 MI
        732-247-1727 View >
      • Frog and the Peach
        7.7 MI
        732-846-3216 View >
      • Osteria Morini
        12.5 MI
        908-221-0040 View >
      View More +
    •  Lodging

      • Hilton Garden Inn
        1.3 MI
        732-271-9030 View >
      • Hampton Inn & Suites Bridgewater
        2.2 MI
        908-722-9910 View >
      • Clarion Hotel
        2.4 MI
        732-560-9880 View >
      • FairBridge Hotel & Conference Center
        2.9 MI
        732-356-1700 View >
      • DoubleTree by Hilton, Somerset Hotel & Conference Center
        3.1 MI
        732-469-2600 View >
      • Courtyard by Marriott
        3.1 MI
        732-271-4555 View >
      View More +
    •  Activities

      • Bound Brook Main Street
        1.1 MI
        732-356-0833 View >
      • Brook Arts Center
        1.2 MI
        732-469-7700 View >
      • Heritage Trail Association of Somerset County
        1.4 MI
        310-691-9388 View >
      • Somerset Patriots, New York Yankees Double-A
        1.5 MI
        908-252-0700 View >
      • Grape Expectations
        1.8 MI
        732-764-9463 View >
      • Bridgewater Sports Arena
        2.0 MI
        732-627-0006 View >
      View More +