Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park

National Park Mystery Spot 46 Revealed: Oh Shenandoah!

General Early Lost the battle.

Ranger-Led Tours Reach Newly Accessible Monument on Cedar Creek Civil War Battlefield

82nd Vermont monument
Many pivotal Civil War battlefield sites of historic import are unmarked, located on private land, and rarely visited by the public. That was the case with the 8th Vermont Monument on the Cedar Creek battlefield. Now located on National Park Service property, the monument is the destination for a summer program of ranger-led hikes.

Civil War Trust Launches Campaign To Add 77 Acres To Cedar Creek And Belle Grove National Historical Park

Seventy-seven acres in Virginia that saw both a devastating loss to Union forces and a surprising rally against Rebel forces during the Civil War are the focus of a $1.3 million fund-raising campaign launched by the Civil War Trust.

Historic Hoffman House At Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park To Open For Holidays

On December 10 the Hoffman House, which is associated with the Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park, will be open to the public.

Antietam, Monocacy Battlefields on 2008 "Most Endangered" List

Development pressures, cellphone towers, and mining threats are among the concerns that landed the Antietam and Monocacy national battlefields, a portion of Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park, and seven other battlefields on the 2008 list of "Most Endangered" Civil War battlefields.
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