The story of Lanesville began centuries before this house was built. Vestal's Gap Road, which runs across the park and in front of the house, began as an Indian trail used frequently for hunting and trading. The earliest documented use by colonists was in 1692. Settlement of the area begain in 1722
Claude Moore Park is the perfect destination for both history lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. It has scores of hiking trails, an indoor lap pool, another kids' indoor pool with a two-story waterslide, sportsplex, visitor center and picnic facilities on over 357 acres that include ponds, forests and
Includes Vestal's Gap Road, the Lanesville House, the Schoolhouse, Frogshackle Nature Center, barns, an outhouse, Tenant House, and Civil War Signal Station site. Times vary, call for details.