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Rich mountain Battlefield Civil War Site

Turn off Rt 250 west onto Rich Mountain Road, Beverly, WV
(304) 637-RICH
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great history

civil war battle field good for hiking picnic camping getting history of the battle how many lostooo

Reviewed 1 February 2017
Dennis C
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Scranton
Not much to do.

Drove six or eight mile up the mountain most on a gravel road to see a few placards with little... read more

Reviewed 3 October 2016
Donald I
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Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania
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12 Sep 2016
“Off the beaten path but worth it. ”
31 Jan 2017
“great history”
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Turn off Rt 250 west onto Rich Mountain Road, Beverly, WV
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(304) 637-RICH
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Reviewed 1 February 2017

civil war battle field good for hiking picnic camping getting history of the battle how many lostooo

Thank Dennis C
Reviewed 3 October 2016 via mobile

Drove six or eight mile up the mountain most on a gravel road to see a few placards with little information. If you are a hard Civil war buff it is worth it. Other than that not much there.

Thank Donald I
Reviewed 12 September 2016 via mobile

A bit off the main road but very interesting with great history. Take the road to the very top off the hill. If you think you've gone too far, you haven't.

1  Thank bgolfguy
Reviewed 29 July 2015

With this being one of the first locations of the Civil War, there's much history to learn. At the site there are rocks that have names of soldiers carved into them because they didn't have gravestones at the location where the soldiers fell. Such an...More

2  Thank Justin S
Reviewed 6 August 2014

Most people are not aware that the earliest battles in the American Civil War took place in what is now central West Virginia in the summer of 1861. The first land battle of the war took place in Phillippi, WV. The same forces met again...More

2  Thank Richard E
Reviewed 20 April 2013 via mobile

This battlefield does not have all the monuments like the better known sites run by the National Park Service. This battlefield has been preserved almost unchanged condition since the battle. There are signs describing the various aspects of the barrle. Be sure to visit Camp...More

3  Thank dcalvinm
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