The North Anna battlefield is everything a battlefield park should be: excellent interpretive signs with troop maps, well maintained trails, and plenty of directional signs. There's quite a bit to see; the Gray Trail takes you through some well preserved Confederate earthworks and is generally...更多
This is rare preserved battlefield that is not managed by the NPS or state. The trenches are well preserved and the signs provide clear understanding of what was going on. The walking trails are clear and well marked. It is a large battlefield with long...更多
The post below is very long and detailed
So why go there
1) Untouched, the trenches are still there, amazing
2) The information boards tell the story in order and beautifully done
3) Make sure you visit
a) Board 8 on the Gray trail, the...更多
I recently relocated near this battlefield and was looking for something to do on a nice sunny day. I actually found this park on Trip Advisor, and went to check it out. The park is definitely tucked away, and the road in is rocky and...更多
A lot of the parks and historical sites in VA were not in good shape. This one was exemplary. It's so exciting 2 feel like we R time travelers who step in the same steps as our ancestors who settled this country. It's sad at...更多
This battlefield is sandwiched between Spotsylvania and Cold Harbor Battlefields as part of the Overland Campaign of 1864.
This is strictly a walking tour. First the Confederate side, then the Union and then the long walk back.
The Confederate trenches are as advertised, the best...更多
This park was not the easiest place to find, but once you do find it, there are all the enjoyable parts of a historic part a person could want: well kept trails, trails suitable for various fitness levels, picnic areas, signs with information on history...更多