Ball’s Bluff Battlefield Regional Park and National Cemetery is a 223-acre park that contains a Civil War battlefield and the third-smallest U.S. National Cemetery. The 1861 Battle of Ball’s Bluff took place here, and 54 soldiers are buried in the cemetery. The park, which offers tours and over 7 miles of walking trails, is said to be haunted by some of the many who lost their lives here.
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- Ball's Bluff Rd NE
Outside Leesburg, VA
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- 39.13179171073224, -77.52781345131223
- Loudoun County, Virginia
- Nearest Towns:
- Leesburg, VA (2.2 mi.)
Belmont, VA (4.7 mi.)
Poolesville, MD (6.0 mi.)
Ashburn, VA (6.5 mi.)
University Center, VA (6.8 mi.)
Hamilton, VA (7.2 mi.)
Broadlands, VA (7.9 mi.)
Countryside, VA (8.8 mi.)
Dulles Town Center, VA (8.9 mi.)
Point of Rocks, MD (10.0 mi.)
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