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Ash Lawn-Highland

Historical Homes, Historical Sites, Museums

Scenic Drives and Trails

Charlottesville, VA

Ash Lawn-Highland is a historic house museum at the homestead of James Monroe, fifth president of the United States. At the suggestion of his friend and mentor Thomas Jefferson, Monroe purchased the land nearby Jefferson Monticello for his plantation, which he named Highland, in 1793.

Antietam National Battlefield

Battle Sites, Historical Sites

Hiking, Scenic Drives and Trails

Sharpsburg, MD

Antietam was the Bloodiest One Day Battle in American History. 23,000 soldiers were killed, wounded or missing after twelve hours of savage combat on September 17, 1862. The Battle of Antietam ended the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia’s first invasion into the North and led to Abraham Lincoln’s issuance of the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation.

Mosby Heritage Area Association

Battle Sites, Historical Homes, Historical Sites, Historical Societies

Scenic Drives and Trails

Marshall, VA

The c.1801 Caleb Rector House was the site of the formation of the 43rd Virginia Cavalry, Mosby’s Rangers, in 1863. It also was a Civil War hospital and the site of two separate encampments of JEB Stuart in June 1863 during the Battle of Upperville. It currently houses the Mosby Heritage Area, which has been […]

Virginia Outdoor Foundation’s Bull Run Mountains Natural Area Preserve (VOF-BRMNAP)

Historical Sites, National & State Parks

Hiking, Scenic Drives and Trails

Broad Run, VA

The Virginia Outdoors Foundation’s Bull Run Mountains Natural Area Preserve (VOF-BRMNAP) is open to public visitation on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays (year-round). The site is a State designated natural area preserve dedicated to preserving the cultural and natural resources contained therein. As a result, dogs and bicycles are not allowed.

Battle of Upperville/Goose Creek Bridge Regional Park

Battle Sites, National & State Parks

Scenic Drives and Trails

Middleburg, VA
goose creek stone bridge with arch supports

Goose Creek Bridge was a site of the June 21, 1863 Battle of Upperville, a prelude to the Battle of Gettysburg, and part of the Cavalry Battles of Aldie, Middleburg and Upperville. The park today stands as a wonderful mix of history and nature. Walk across the 200-year-old stone bridge that stood as a key […]

Gilbert’s Corner Regional Park

Historical Sites, National & State Parks

Hiking, Scenic Drives and Trails

Aldie, VA
gilbert's corner regional park main sign with details about the park

Gilbert’s Corner Regional Park includes over 155 acres of rolling countryside and mowed paths for walking over this historic landscape. The Eliza Davis Bluebird Trail features several nesting houses and is named for the Civil War-era lady who lived on the property and wrote of being “an eyewitness to war” on the home front for […]