There is a three dollar fee to use the park. You must go in the Visitor Center to pay. They will give a receipt you should keep on hand when in the park.
The Visitor Center has a small museum containing Civil War artifacts and a theater where you can watch a 45 minute park orientation film. The film shows every hour on the hour from 9AM until 4PM. If you can, watch it before you hike.
The map we provide here focuses specifically on the Henry Hill Loop Trail. However, we still suggest that you pick up maps and other brochures in the Visitor Center as they offer interesting historical information.
Begin the hike by making your way towards the Stonewall Jackson monument. After the Jackson monument make your way to the artillery and then up to the Henry House. From there follow the path as marked on the map and keep an eye out for trail markers.
Note that there is also a Henry Hill Cell Phone Tour. You call the given phone number and enter the stop (for example, a monument) to hear a two minute audio program. Get a brochure in the Visitor Center with the phone number and a map with the various stops marked on it.