Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park

Historical SitesBristow, VA

133-acre Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park features a scenic pond, and nearly three-miles of walking and equestrian trail winding through woods. During the Civil War, Confederate forces suffered a bloody defeat at this site when they tried to cross Broad Run in pursuit of the Federal Third Corps. More than 200 soldiers from Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia are believed to have been buried in graves at Bristoe Station. Most of the gravesites are unmarked.

Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park

10708 Bristow Road
Bristow VA 20136

Prince William County, VA
703-366-3049

TOUR INFO

May-Oct, Second & Fourth Weekend: 11AM, 1PM, 3PM

MORE ABOUT THE AREA

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LOCAL TOURISM REFERENCES

Historic Manassas Visitor Center
9431 West St. Manassas, VA 20110
703-396-7130 or 800-432-1792
www.visitpwc.com