I was going to mention Columbus Belmont SP as well, but there were too many to choose from. The earthworks are very impressive.I add or agree that Perryville in Ky. is a great site. Also will add Jefferson Davis Birthplace, in Ky., Battle of Corydon in Corydon, Indiana and Columbus Belmont State Park, Ky.
I have had the opportunity to visit a lot of National Park Service American Civil War battlefields and sites. I have also had the opportunity to visit a ton of non-National Park Service American Civil War battlefields and sites. This thread is about non-National Park Service American Civil War battlefields and sites........
My favorite non-National Park Service American Civil War battlefields is a tie!
* The Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site near Perryville, Kentucky.
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* The Averasboro Battlefield in Dunn, North Carolina.
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I was there on 2/11/2017 and had a great time. Had it all to myself.Has any one been to Raymond, MS? The park there is now the only Civil War battlefield park in the US to have a one to one ratio of artillery on display (on correct locations) with the actual artillery engaged.