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Our thanks to Ranger Ava for the Car Caravan tour at 2 pm last Sunday. Making about 4 stops throughout the Park, Ava described the events that led up to the battle, the battle itself, and the aftermath. Ava shared the history in such an...More
This civil war battlefield was a very educational experience. Spots of importance were well marked & we were able to listen to the narrative on our phones. Trails were well maintained. The visitor center was well laid out & highly educational. Very impressive with canons...More
Even if your not a history person, I believe this is a great place to visit. There are many different areas to visit on the site. I would recommend beginning at the visitor’s center to learn about the battle. You can drive many parts of...More
The park ranger was super helpful. I recommend watching the twenty minute movie that helps explain the time frame and battles that took place here more than 150 years ago. There is a national cemetery across the street. It is a relatively small national park...More
Always enjoy visiting our National Park treasures. This one was no exception. Have been to many national battlegrounds and found this one to be very informative. One of the few that you are actually following the flow of the battle.
One of the best historic sites I have ever visited. I personally like to take my time at each display and with this being an auto tour made that happen. Loved that there were signs at various places that told the story of the battle...More
Took an uber from Nashville. So worth it. Trails and wildflowers and history in a beautiful setting. The cemetery is also beautiful and serene and so we'll maintained. The national park service does such a wonderful job!