Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park

Travel through time at Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park, which preserves the history of the Shenandoah Valley. In the shadow of the forested hills, you can discover the lives of the Native American tribes who lived and traveled in the region and learn about the European settlers who followed. Find out about local plantation owners and enslaved people at Belle Grove, and walk the Cedar Creek battlefield to relive one of the most devastating battles of the Civil War. Camp in the area to surround yourself with the pastoral scenes of the valley, or venture out of your campsite to join one of the park's star parties for an evening of astronomy.

Where to Stay

RV Parks & Campgrounds Near Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park

Experience sweeping views of the Shenandoah Valley during your RV camping trip to Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park. Although the park itself doesn't have official campsites, local campgrounds and RV parks offer outdoor fun and plenty of amenities. Don't have an RV? Rent one locally through RVshare for a comfortable and relaxing trip.

RV Rentals Near Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park

Things to Do

Things To Do Near Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park

The best way to get a sense of the historic battle at Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park is to hike the park's three trails; collectively, they're called the Morning Attack Trails. From there, hop on the driving tour to see the most important sights in the region. With its beautiful countryside and welcoming small towns, this area offers plenty of activities for your visit.

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How To Get To Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park

Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park lie in northern Virginia, an easy drive from any of the major East Coast cities. From the east in Washington, D.C., take I-66 west to I-81 south. From the north or south, get on I-81. The park is located between Middletown and Strasburg; get off at Exit 298, and drive 0.5 miles north on Highway 11 to reach the entrance.

Address

7712 Main Street, Middletown, VA 22645

Fee: Entry Fee (Per Person) There is no entry fee.

History comes alive at Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park. As you walk the battlefields, explore the plantation, and learn about the lives of enslaved people, it's easy to see the importance of the Shenandoah Valley. RV camping is a wonderful way to bring a bit of outdoor fun and relaxation to your trip.