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The battlefield park is steeped in local history. I highly recommend visiting during the annual re-enactment of the battle. Lots of natural history to see and experience, and solid walking trails year round.
I came across this place in the spring while on Trip advisor and thought I would go and check it out. It is a really great place ro walk and look at the old tombstones. There is a house and an old barn that we...More
Don't expect much except wide open spaces and a paved walking trail. Excellent for less-than-experienced hikers. A place for the rest of us to get our exercise. Some historical markers, and an ancient graveyard. A relaxing stroll within view of the road, neighborhoods and golf...More
My husband and I took our dog here for a walk. All of the trails are paved and easily accessible. The area is very beautiful and quiet. We only saw one other person while we were there. It is right next to a golf course...More
This park features a paved walking path with signs and markers explaining the events that took place there during Battle of Richmond (Civil War). Also on the property is a preserved house and slave quarters that stood there since that time period, as well as...More
This was the site of a major Confederate victory in the Civil War. There is a large house Pleasant View that was there during the battle. There is also a restored slave quarters. They are not open to the public except during special times. There...More
Site of the Battle of Richmond (KY), one of the most lopsided victories for the South during the Civil War. You can actually see practically all of the first phase of the battle from one location with no obstruction due to modern facilities. Some of...More
I enjoyed the fact that history was preserved here.
It's a nice walking trail with markers explaining the Battle of Richmond and what took place here.
I wouldn't have seen the grave site if I hadn't noticed the path in the grass and wanted to...More
I always enjoy my visit to the Battle of Richmond Visitors Center. But this place is not the same as the visitors center up the road. The Battlefield Park is a county owned facility about a mile or two down the road. Even though I...More