Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park

Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park


Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park

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Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park is a state park located on Droop Mountain in Pocahontas County, West Virginia. Droop Mountain was the site of the last major conflict of the American Civil War in West Virginia. A private in the U.S. Army at the Battle of Droop Mountain, John D. Sutton, became the leader in the movement to create the park when he served in the West Virginia House of Delegates. Dedicated on July 4, 1928, Droop Mountain Battlefield became the first state park in West Virginia.

The battlefield was transformed into a historical, outdoor recreation area by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression. Public reenactments of the battle are conducted in October of even-numbered years by the . The next reenactment is scheduled for October, 2010.

The park was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1970.

Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park is located about north of the Lewisburg exit of I-64 on U.S. Highway 219 and about south of Marlinton on US 219. The park is also near Beartown State Park and Watoga State Park.


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  • Droop Mountain Museum with battle artifacts
  • Lookout Tower
  • hiking
  • Picnic areas with shelters
  • Tots playgrounds

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