Our last national park stop on the way home was Guilford Courthouse National Military Park in North Carolina.
There is a great museum with a great collection of artifacts from the battlefield. I enjoyed the map program, which, rather than the old-fashioned blinking light maps you might be used to, featured a film with a computer-animated map program. Still just lines and icons on the screen moving around, but it's more interesting to watch than the blinking lights. Thanks to playing too much Empire Total War before the trip, I could easily anticipate the bad situations developing on the battlefield.
Long story short, it was a Revolutionary War battle between Cornwallis and Greene. The British won the field after a long day's fight, but then disengaged from their campaign in order to resupply. So although they won the field, they were defeated in the larger sense.
It was close to closing time, so we had to quickly zip around the hiking/biking/driving loop through the battlefield. Not much to see there, and the audio tour didn't seem to match up with what we were looking at, either. There were plenty of recreational users walking around the park, which would be super nice if you lived nearby.
I didn't even take a picture while I was there! So here are some.