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Cowpens is best experienced by getting out on the battlefield. The visitor center has a small museum with a film that should not be missed, but you really need to walk the trail. We had just come from Kings Mountain National Military Park where we...More
It's hard to find anything on the Revolutionary War anymore since it occurred so long ago so this was such pleasurable find. I suggest watching the 18 minute video before hitting the 1 mile walking trail. Makes the trail more understandable and just throws everything...More
As National Parks go, Cowpens Battlefield is small. Still a significant place in American history.
A decisive win for the Rebellious Colonies against the British as they began their southern campaign.
The visitor center has a well created and presented movie about the Battle. The...More
This battlefield has a good amount of markers and a few monuments explaining what happened here. The battlefield is currently undergoing restoration to make is appear as it did when the battle happened. The visitor center has some good exhibits with a nice gift shop.
This area of South Carolina is gorgeous, if you like wooded areas that are nice and toasty in the summer. Let's start with this, this is a revolutionary war battle field so, it is not as nice and informative as a civil war battle field....More
We visited the Cowpens Battlefield site with some friends. We watched the 18 minute video and the LED light reenactment of the revolutionary war battle. I used to work in the Spartanburg area, but never took the time to visit the park. I didn't know...More
Bring your walking shoes and relive the battle by walking the entire field. Signs describe the chronological action thoroughly. For the less active, the visitors center is also worthwhile followed by a driving tour. Be sure you see the history of the Scruggs house and...More
This was a wonderful place to walk and learn. It's beautifully kept and very quiet. It's a great place to go by yourself and walk through the battlefield or take the whole family. There is a small cabin on the grounds too which was great...More
This visit was special to us because it is where my wife's 5 great grand father fraught during the revolutionary war. We enjoy visiting battle fields so that we can renew our knowledge of American History.
Went for the revolutionary war battle program. They had people dressed as times before, showed weaponry of the times and demonstrated the weapons. Great film in the visitors center. Rangers gave tours of the battlefield. Also civil war battles were fought here.