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The battlefield has been saved as best as possible. The land has a couple of cannons, some metal soldiers and trails to take you around the space. It is a nice walk and easy to do. Certainly worth your time if you are in the...More
The battle of Cedar Mountain is very interesting as it is the last battle that Jackson commanded solo and the only one that he drew his sword during (sort of; it was rusted into the sheath). There are several signs to read as you walk...More
I visited here a couple of years ago and gave this site a four-star review. After reading Robert K. Krick's outstanding book "Stonewall Jackson at Cedar Mountain", I made a second visit here, and although I still rate this
battlefield at four stars, my appreciation...More
Nice place now, but I wouldn't have wanted to be there in 1862. Great place to learn something and walk a bit too. Short interpretive trail with signage. I knew about the battle before visiting and am glad I looked into it earlier. The signs...More
This August 9, 1862 battle was a narrow five hour confederate victory. Confederate general Thomas "Stone Wall" Jackson's force of 22,000 opposed Union general Nathaniel Banks force of 12,000 troops. Casualties union-2353 wounded, killed & captured, while confederate 1,338. The battlefield has 164 acres preserved...More
My wife and I enjoyed our short visit to this site. It is a bit out of the way but for a short hike, it has nice farm country views. Their were porta-johns on site, near the black and white state markers. The parking area...More
This is a lesser known battlefield, easy to access and explore. It's well marked and nearly true to original condition making it one of the better places to visualize the maneuvers. You can cover it well in a couple hours. There's also a historic society...More
The walking trail for this battlefield is a little over a mile in length with 6 or 7 really good wayside markers, with one of the markers identifying the location of General Winder's mortal wounding.
I was told by some people working at the Fredericksburg...More
My brother and I visited the Cedar Mountain Battlefield early on the Fourth of July. It is located just south of Culpeper, VA on US 15. We had a friend give us a tour of the site. There is a small parking area about 100...More