Untouched grave sites of fallen soldiers, letters from soldiers to loved ones and a small museum of other artifacts really make this place come alive and help to underscore the importance that the American Civil War has in our history.
After taking in the observation...更多
I admit this area confused me a bit. I went to the visitors area and the buildings were closed. There was a small museum on the property you can visit to learn about the different skirmishes and to see a few artifacts from the battle....更多
Amazing trip every year with amazing views and amazing history. We come here once a year every October. The view alone from the watch tower is worth the trip. Nice picnic area and beautiful scenery all throughout the park.
This park is a nice little history lesson in a beautiful setting. When we first drove into the park we saw 2 headstones and a monument to those who had died in this battle on Droop Mountain. There was also a cannon. As we drove...更多
Many places in eastern WV to view spots of historical value. This is one. Amazing that less than two hundred years ago our forefathers were able to travel and fight in this expansive terrain. Droop mountain provides one of the views that encompasses the valley...更多
The place was breath taking at the tower over look. It isn't wheelchair accessible but just being there on top of the mountain gives you the same view. You can see for miles over the mountains. Such a lovely view. There are many areas in...更多
My wife and I stopped at Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park on our vacation at Snowshoe in West Virginia. This is a free attraction which features a winding road through the site of a battle that occurred here in 1863. We enjoyed a picnic lunch...更多
If you like civil war history, this is a nice, compact park to see. The short drive through the densely wooded battlefield has informational markers at many locations. Culminating at the lookout, which offers striking views of the valley below. It also tells the tale...更多