|Stafford Civil War Park|
Opened to the public in April of this year, the park encompasses 41 acres of pristine historic landscape where the 1st and 3rd Divisions of the XI Corps camped following the Battle of Fredericksburg. It was here and in surrounding Stafford County that the Army of the Potomac weathered what some have called its "Valley Forge" in January through April 1863.
|Ruins of fire pit or chimney from Union hut|
To learn more about this fascination heritage destination, please visit www.exploresouthernhistory.com/staffordwar.