This landmark is the most recently-established of its type in the U.S. It commemorates a "first" event in perhaps the most important chapter in our national history. It's in the neighborhood of a visible trail (marked by signs), and it was named for a town along the trail. Or a club following ten. The red granite marker on the left in the bike pic is the tag, and it describes the event. It is about a quarter-mile from pavement. The land was later purchased by one of the participants in the event. The park with the granite marker is named for him. His house (the second he built on the 200-acre property) still stands and is being restored.