540.869.2064 info@ccbf.us

A Message from Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation


In our effort to continue our Mission to preserve, protect, and educate, the Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation (CCBF) has confirmed that a Reenactment Event will be presented October 18-20, 2019, the 155th Anniversary of the Battle of Cedar Creek.


This 3-day event will also commemorate CCBF’s over 30 years of preservation efforts and will mark the 29th such reenactment in the tradition of recognizing the significance and sacrifice of this important historical event. CCBF, in presenting the event, faces many challenges. We appreciate the support that you in the reenactment community and all of our friends and neighbors at large continue to provide us.


Thank you.
The Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation

Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation Holiday Season 2018 Hours of Operation


Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation Headquarters and CCBF Mercantile and Gift Shop

will be closing at noon (12:00 PM) on Christmas Eve, Monday, Dec. 24,

and will remain closed until Friday, Jan. 4, 2019.


If you miss us or have any questions, please call us at 540 869-2064


Cedar Creek Battlefield Headquarters

Our Visitor Center and Gift Shop overlooks the Cedar Creek Battlefield and the Belle Grove Plantation, providing picturesque scenery and unprecedented photo opportunities. Passes and maps for the self-guided tour of the XIX Corps earthworks can be obtained here as well as information that tell more about the battle and the lands upon which it was fought.


CCBF is planning to restore the structure to its condition during the Civil War. The two-story building retains construction technology seldom found in surviving structures from the 18th Century. The project to restore the building will involve tender loving care to retain the hand hewn wood members and plaster that still remain a part of the structure. CCBF has launched a drive to fund the project.

Hupp’s Hill Civil War Museum and Park

The centerpiece of this 18 acre Civil War Park is the Hupp’s Hill Cedar Creek Museum where the story of the 1864 Valley campaign is told through artifacts, collections and theater presentations. The walking trails wind through well preserved earthworks and tell the story of the property’s occupation by Federal troops in 1864.

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