Ball's Bluff Battlefield Regional Park

4.627 Votes
  • Address: Ball's Bluff Rd NE, Leesburg, VA 20176, USA, 20176, Loudoun County, United States
  • Phone: +1-7037377800
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Battlefield, Park, Family And Kids, Landmarks, Parks

Ball’s Bluff Battlefield Regional Park is a historic location with graves of fifty-four Union Army officials who died in the Battle of Ball’s Bluff. You can opt for self-guided tours and explore the historical events that unfolded at the location. The park features the third smallest national cemetery of the United States, signage, interpretive trail and scenic views overlooking the Potomac River. The civil war battlefield and the national cemetery are sure to interest history buffs.

  • Ball's Bluff Battlefield Regional Park Address: Ball's Bluff Rd NE, Leesburg, VA 20176, USA, 20176, Loudoun County, United States
  • Ball's Bluff Battlefield Regional Park Contact Number: +1-7037377800
  • Time required to visit Ball's Bluff Battlefield Regional Park: 02:00 Hrs
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Ball's Bluff Battlefield Regional Park Reviews & Ratings

  • Outstanding battlefield park. Excellent trail along the Potomac River. The trail is difficult in some places. With luck you see a deer. Small National Cemetary is part of the park. Highly recommended.

  • We hike here pretty regularly. Good trails that are clearly marked and we'll maintained.

  • This was one of the first battles of the war. It was relatively small - only about 4,000 soldiers involved - but the story is well told through placards placed around the small area of the battle. You'll also see the small cemetery with 24 graves where 54 of the battle's Union casualties are buried. This is the 3rd smallest veterans cemetery in the United States.

  • Civil War battlefield. Beautiful and serene. Easy access to the trail that leads to Balls Bluff National Cemetery and an amazing view of the Potomac River from the Bluff Overlook. We walked along the river and the towering bluff. In the spring, the ground is covered with spring flowers. I enjoyed seeing a carpet of Virginia Bluebells.

  • I love this place the river trail have a nice view, easy hike perfect do go with kids, trail dog friendly, park trash free please take your trash with you and enjoy!

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