The Civil War Trails Lead to Stevenson Ridge

from Chris

All Civil War Trails led to Stevenson Ridge last month.

We were pleased to host a regional meeting of Civil War Trails, Inc. You probably recognize the distinctive Civil War Trails logo on their many roadside signs: a red trumpet with a blue bar and white stars, pointing the way to Civil War sites and wayside displays. “Follow the bugle,” the Trails say.

With more than 1,550 signs in five states—Maryland, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West …


Stevenson Ridge Featured in America’s Civil War Magazine

from Chris

America’s Civil War magazine features a great blurb about Stevenson Ridge in its most recent issue.

The magazine’s regular “Trailside” feature, sponsored by our friends at Civil War Trails, focused on Spotsylvania. The article, “Grant’s Gamble,” spotlighted several key sites related to the Spotsylvania Court House battlefield and surrounding area. Stevenson Ridge made the list because we’re on the actual battlefield. The magazine applauded our “accommodations with a period feel…where Civil War entrenchments still remain.”

Thanks to the …