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Carnifex Ferry Battlefield State Park

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Area  63 ha
Phone  +1 304-872-0825
Carnifex Ferry Battlefield State Park
Address  1194 Carnifex Ferry Crossing, Summersville, WV 26651, USA
Owner  West Virginia Division of Natural Resources
Similar  Summersville Lake, Little Beaver State Park, Watters Smith Memorial, Hawks Nest State Park, Droop Mountain Battlefield

Carnifex ferry battlefield state park


Carnifex Ferry Battlefield State Park is an American Civil War battle site that commemorates the Battle of Carnifex Ferry. It is located on the rim of the Gauley River Canyon near Summersville, a town in Nicholas County, West Virginia. The 156-acre (0.63 km2) park features Patterson House Museum, three views of the Gauley River, hiking trails and picnic facilities. It is one of the oldest state parks in the United States. A Civil War reenactment takes place on a weekend after Labor Day. As Carnifex Ferry State Park, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.

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Accessibility for the disabled was assessed by West Virginia University. The assessment found the picnic shelters and concession stand to be accessible. The 2005 assessment identified issues with parking lot signage, slippery sidewalks, and insufficient handrails.

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Carnifex Ferry Battlefield State Park Wikipedia


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