The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley and FCPRD are pleased to announce the opening of Rose Hill Park! The new park is open daily 8 am - Dusk, only closed on Christmas Day.
Rose Hill Park offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy the historic and scenic features of the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley's Rose Hill Farm. A 1.2 mile interpreted walking trail winds through fields and woods and includes a spur trail to a reconstructed section of stone wall. The trail travels through where the 1862 1st Battle of Kernstown concluded. The park is located 1/3 mile south of the intersection of Cedar Creek Grade and Jones Road.
From Winchester: Take Cedar Creek Grade west to the flashing signal at the intersection with Jones Road and Merrimans Lane. Turn left (South) onto Jones Road, continue 1/3 mile to park entrance on the left (East) side of the road.
Rose Hill Park represents a unique partnership between Frederick County Parks and Recreation (FCPRD) and the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley (MSV). A fifty year lease of the trailhead area and trail corridor ensures public access to this important natural and historic site for area residents. For more information on the history of Rose Hill Farm, please visit: https://www.themsv.org/visit/rose-hill
Shelters may be reserved beginning on the first business day of every year. If a shelter is not reserved, it is available on a first-come-first-served basis. Tables seat 8 people; number of tables is not guaranteed.