The Freedoms Foundation & the Medal of Honor Grove

The Freedoms Foundation campus is 72 acres. The Medal of Honor Grove encompasses the majority of the campus. The Campus, which includes the Grove is private property. The Medal of Honor Grove has a conservation easement on it so that it can never be developed or sold. 


The Friends of the Medal of Honor Grove is the non-profit organization, made up of community members, that maintains its grounds and is responsible for its recent restoration. The Friends have no paid staff, is all voluntary and raises the funds to keep these acres safe, beautiful and an honorable memorial. It is the oldest living memorial to our Medal of Honor Recipients.


General Rules


  • The Grove is open ONLY from dawn to dusk for pedestrians


  • Guests’ animals must be leashed AT ALL TIMES


  • Guests must clean up after their animals. Courtesy Dog Waste Stations are provided throughout the Grove at the expense of the Friends of the Grove


  • No food or alcoholic beverages are permitted within the Grove


  • No vehicles are allowed in the Grove without prior authorization by a representative of the Friends of the Grove or Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge


  • No firearms are permitted on campus or in the Grove (unless part of a program)


  • Respect the memorials of all honored here


  • No hunting or trapping in the Grove


  • Gamers are not permitted in any buildings on campus or in vehicles in the Grove. They are welcome to walk the grounds.



If you are looking for a dog park, the Grove is not for you. However here are a few area parks for dogs that don't require leashing.


Skunk Hollow Park


Longford Park/Reynolds' Dog Park


Reservoir Dogs! Park

279 Fillmore St

Phoenixville, PA, US, 19460





Rules for Grove Visitors