Mayfield Fort

Historical SitesManassas, VA

This 11-acre historic park, part of The Manassas Museum System, contains one of only two surviving Civil War fortifications in the City of Manassas. The earthwork was built by Confederate troops in the spring of 1861 as part of the Manassas Junction defenses, on the Hooe family farm, Mayfield. The historic site contains the Mayfield house foundation and the Hooe family cemetery, as well as walking trails, interpretive markers, and reproduction cannon.

Mayfield Fort

8411 Quarry Road
Manassas, VA 20110

Prince William County, VA
703-368-1873

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Manassas, VA — According to legend, the name Manassas was derived from an Indian source or from Manasseh, a Jewish innkeeper at Manassas Gap. Manassas originated in 1852 at the junction of two railroads which linked…

LOCAL TOURISM REFERENCES

Prince William County Visitor Information Center
Just off I-95 Exit 160 200 Mill St. Occoquan, VA 22125
703-491-4045
Daily 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
www.visitpwc.com