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River Raisin National Battlefield Park, Monroe

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Battlefield National Park
Located on the site of the Battle of Frenchtown that occurred between January 18 to January 23, 1813, between forces allied with the British Empire and the United States of America. One of the bloodiest battles of the War of 1812, it was called a National Calamity for the United States by General (later President) William Henry Harrison.
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  • We have driven past Monroe many times and finally decided to stop and see the city. The battlefield park is very well done. Informative little walk. Unfortunately the visitor center was closed when we...  more »
  • This was a nice little park to visit. It isn't very big. But when we entered we were greeted by a friendly ranger who immediately begin interacting with us. I'll admit that when I visited I hadn't hea...  more »
  • It's a very nice park and certainly a great reenactment location for live battle theater. The parking was a little tight, but there was plenty of green space and grassy areas, plus areas for battle an...  more »