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Manassas National Battlefield Park

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On the morning of July 16 1861, the fields overlooking Bull Run rang with the sounds of battle. The Union and Confederate armies clashed at Manassas for the first time that morning. The initial bitter battle removed any hope for a quick war. In 1862, the armies clashed again on these same fields. Today, the Manassas National Battlefield Park is the perfect opportunity to learn about the events leading up to the Civil War, and to discover more about these two influential battles. The park is steeped in American history, and visitors will have every opportunity to imagine what life would have been like for soldiers in the 1860's.

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Local Info

Please Note: There are no singletrack trails within Manassas National Battlefield Park that are open to mountain bikes. This page serves as a general overview of the area. If you're visiting the park and looking for places to ride, head up the road to Conway Robinson Memorial State Forest.

Visiting Tips

The park is open daily, from dawn until dusk. More information on seasonal closures and current weather can be found by calling 703-361-1339.

Camping & Lodging

There are no camping or lodging options available within the Manassas National Battlefield Park. Instead, lodging can be found in the towns outside of the park or in the greater Washington D.C. area.

Food & Drink

There are no restaurants or lodges operating within Manassas National Historic Battlefield. There are scenic places to enjoy packed lunches and snacks but you'll need to procure such items outside the park.

The Washington D.C. metro area has many dining options, and visitors have their pick from many restaurant in the area.

Other Activities

Manassas National Battlefield Park provides an enriching experience for all types of visitors, no matter if you spend an hour in the park or if you spend a full day. A 45-minute film recounts the dramatic battles that occurred in the fields, and Living History reenactments bring battlefield history to life. Be sure to visit the Interpretive Center and the bookstore to learn more about what makes Manassas so special. Visit the park's website for a list of nearby attractions including a host of historical sites and museums. For visitors looking for other recreational opportunities in the area, there are many multi-use trails that are great for mountain biking in the greater Washington D.C. metor area.

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