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Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park

  • Address:
    10708 Bristow Road
    Bristow, VA 20136
  • Phone:
    (703) 792-4754
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Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park, managed by the Prince William County Historic Preservation Division, offers visitors significant portions of the core areas of two battle sites from two different campaigns: The Battle of Kettle Run (August 27, 1862) and The Battle of Bristoe Station (October 14, 1862). Adding to this rich historical variety, the land also hosted military camps in 1861 and 1862.