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Kings Mountain National Military Park

2625 Park Rd, Blacksburg, SC 29702-7325
+1 864-936-7921
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Nice surprise

We camped in Kings Mountain State Park which is beside the Military Park. We decided to visit... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Charlotte, North Carolina
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Kings Mountain National Military Park commemorates the battle of King's Mountain from the American... read more

Reviewed yesterday
North Carolina Mountains, North Carolina
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2625 Park Rd, Blacksburg, SC 29702-7325
+1 864-936-7921
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Reviewed yesterday

We camped in Kings Mountain State Park which is beside the Military Park. We decided to visit there and were very impressed. The movie/documentary was very informative and was a good history lesson. The museum was great - very interactive and interesting. The walk is...More

Thank Shuster2013
Reviewed yesterday

Kings Mountain National Military Park commemorates the battle of King's Mountain from the American Revolution, a battle of significance in the tide of the war. The drive in to the park is pretty. A tree-lined lane takes you to the Visitor's Center parking lot. The...More

Thank jsf256
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

This national park was unlike any battlefield I have ever been too. It was amazing to see how they fought a battle on the side of a mountain. Gave you insight into how guerrilla war was fought hiding behind trees and using harsh terrain to...More

Thank Brandon G
Reviewed 1 week ago

This site is a sister site to Cowpens National Battlefield as the battles took place within a short time span of each other. Both are free to visit and great for families. Don't be put off by the out-of-the-way location, it's worth your detour. In...More

Thank copperdragon66
Reviewed 1 week ago

Go to the Visitor's Center first and view the introductory film. This film will explain the history of the park and the particular time in the Revolutionary War. It commemorates an historic battle--described by Jefferson as a turning point in the war. Then take the...More

Thank Pam M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Interesting history lesson in the visitor center: very well done video about the history. Unless you are a history buff make sure you see the video before the walk, otherwise you will not understand much. Use of the app for narration during the walk around...More

Thank Joerg S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Watch film and take the self-guided hike. I hadn't heard about this Revolutionary War battle site, it was definitely worth a detour.

1  Thank Burt H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

My kiddo wanted to see the famed Ferguson Rifle - so off we went to Kings Mtn! The park is gorgeous - everything was very well maintained, and every single Ranger we encountered was absolutely delightful! We opted for the shorter hike along the Battlefield...More

Thank TerryAndrews
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This National Military Park was a valuable experience in understanding some of the struggles of the American people in retaining their own identity and country in the face of military opposition from the UK. I highly recommend visitors walk the trails and visit the centre...More

Thank Wayne M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This free national history is a wonderful place to spend a few hours. The grounds and facilities are beautifully kept. There is a nice, air conditioned museum with an excellent movie ( lasts about 30 minutes) telling the story of the important Revolutionary War battle...More

Thank amartin748
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Leah G
Is there an admission cost?
9 October 2016|
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Response from Matthew T | Reviewed this property |
Nope! You go out and have fun!! Enjoy Nature!! You can make donations to support the park.