This event, held on September 3, 2017, was a moving and memorable tribute to the 88 men who perished at the Battle of Groton Heights on September 6, 1781. Many thanks to all who made this event a success.
The sledding is always best at Fort Griswold just after a good storm. The key is to dress warmly, and prepare for the long walk up the hill between rides.
Images from our December 10, 2016 open house and bonfire. The event included tours of the fort, a carol sing led by members of the Groton Congregational Church, free admission to the museum and monument, and marshmallows roasted over a cheery bonfire.
Photos from the event at the Avery-Copp House on Sunday, September 13, 2015
Photos of the Wreath Laying Ceremony at Fort Griswold Battlefield State Park on September 6, 2015. Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution lay a wreath to honor our patriot ancestors who fought for our independence at the Battle of Groton Heights.