• Cedar Creek & Belle Grove National Historical Park

    Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park commemorates a nationally significant Civil War landscape and antebellum plantation by sharing the story of Shenandoah Valley history from early settlement through the Civil War and beyond.

    Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park
  • Cedar Creek Battlefield

    Cedar Creek Battlefield is the site of the last major battle between Union and Confederate forces in the Shenandoah Valley. Each year, the Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation hosts a reenactment of the battle on the 3rd weekend of October.

    Cedar Creek Battlefield
  • Kernstown Battlefield

    Kernstown Battlefield is the site of the First and Second Battles of Kernstown. Tours of the battlefield and the Pritchard House on the property are offered seasonally.

    Kernstown Battlefield
  • Rose Hill Park

    This scenic 1.25 mile walking trail is on the site of the First Battle of Kernstown and includes Civil War interpretive signage, restrooms, and a pavilion which is available for rentals.

  • Star Fort

    Star Fort played a major role in the defense of Winchester three times. This unique remnant of Civil War earthwork and history has been restored and offers trails and signage for visitors.

    Star Fort
  • Third Winchester Battlefield

    The preserved portion of this battlefield is open to the public year-round, free of charge. A 5-mile walking/biking trail with signage details the battle that occurred here.

    Third Winchester Battlefield