Natural Bridge Battlefield Historic State Park, Tallahassee

(3.5/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
Natural Bridge Battlefield State Historic Site is a Florida State Park in Leon County, Florida. It is located roughly between the city of Tallahassee and the town of St. Marks. During the American Civil War, the Battle of Natural Bridge was fought here on March 6, 1865. The site is named for a natural bridge over the St. Marks River.Recreational ActivitiesThe park has picnicking areas.References and external links Natural Bridge Battlefield State Historic Site at Florida State Parks Natural Bridge Battlefield State Historic Site at Absolutely Florida
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  • Other than the monument, there was little to see. As we are familiar with earthworks and breastworks, we knew where to locate them. There are, unfortunately, no signs, to educate people.  more »
  • only a short ride south of Tallahassee in the real florida. If your into the civil war it has great value. Set on the St. Marks river you may see aligators deer and for sure valtures.  more »
  • We were traveling through Tallahassee on our way to New Orleans recently. My husband is an avid student of the civil war, having grown up near Gettysburg and has always wanted to visit this battlefiel...  more »
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  • Must see the battle reenactment in March!!
  • Very small, very off the beaten path, but history buffs will love the monument.
  • The annual re-enactment is some of the most fun you can have.
  • A fun little state park on the side of the road. A little out of the way but full of history and significance. If you're in the are I would highly recommend you stopping by for an hour so so.