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Reed's Bridge Battlefield, Jacksonville

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Battlefield Tourist Spot
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Reviews
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  • This is a quaint little park, right in the highway, nice for a quick stop. It deals with a bit of local Civil War history, with a couple log cabin style buildings. Interesting enough, it is also on th...  more »
  • I stopped by to take a few pics. They have really taken some time to try and have more than a field of grass. A few buildings have been built now as well. Doesnt take a lot of time to visit. Nice stop...  more »
  • There is a canon, a couple of structures, a small walking trail and a couple of signs telling you what happened there. Not really a whole lot to take pictures of but now we can say we've been there. P...  more »
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  • Great place to go for a walk and play Pokemon go! 3 pokestops lol! They also have civil war reenactments here, very fun to go watch. Also there are cannons you can look at and touch!!! A great photo spot too!
  • It's great to have our history preserved with this nice little park, on the site of the battle.
  • Nice little historical park. Well tended with several informative plaques and a recreated homestead.
  • I absolutely love this place. The people there are very friendly. Although it's small compared to say, Pea Ridge, you can still walk away with a sense that you've stepped back into a bygone era and learned something. Watch for living histories and reenactments!
  • If you like history be sure to visit the Confederate battlegrounds