Event Information

150_logo for webOn May 1-4, 2014, the Wilderness and Spotsylvania Courthouse campaign retuned to Spotsylvania, 150 years after the original battle.  We had a very successful event and wish to thank all who participated and helped make the 150th events in Spotsylvania a success.

 

Spotsylvania National Military Park is open year round, please visit their website at http://www.nps.gov/frsp/index.htm

Visit Spotsylvania and find out what is happening in the area http://visitspotsy.com/

 

 

Directions:

From I-95: Exit 126 to Southbound Rt 1 (Jefferson Davis Highway). Travel south approximately 1/4 mile. Turn right onto Southpoint Parkway. Travel approximately 1 mile. Turn left onto Rt 208 (Courthouse Road). Proceed approximately 5 miles. Old Battlefield Blvd is on the left. Follow signs as appropriate.

 

 

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