Pea Ridge National Military Park Rededication to the Elkhorn Tavern credits Stephanie Caley Photo of Union Union artilleryman reenactors standing in front of the Elkhorn Tavern for the rededication of the building.
Pea Ridge National Military Park Park Ranger and Cannon Crew credits Stephanie Caley Ranger Troy Banzhaf giving information about 6 lb. cannon and cannon crew.
Pea Ridge National Military Park Park Tour Road in Fall credits Sirena Evans NPS Park tour road in the fall.
Pea Ridge National Military Park Elkhorn Tavern credits NPS Photo Used as a field hospital during the Battle of Pea Ridge, the Elkhorn Tavern is a focal point on the Pea Ridge National Military Park.
Pea Ridge National Military Park Silent Field credits Stephanie Caley NPS Silent Field is a photo that shows the sun setting over the golden grass of the battlefield. Men fought and died in this field, on a cold day in March of 1862.
Pea Ridge National Military Park Union Cannons credits Jackie Fry 3-10-2012 Photo of Union artilleryman reenactors standing in Coxs field firing cannons on the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Pea Ridge.
Pea Ridge National Military Park Union Infantry 150th credits Sirena Evans NPS Photo of Union Infantrymen reenactors standing in front of the Elkhorn Tavern, with large crowd during demonstration on the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Pea Ridge. .
Pea Ridge National Military Park Sunset and Green Trees credits Stephanie Caley NPS Photo taken at sunset showing the deep green trees.
On March 7-8, 1862, over 23,000 soldiers fought here to decide the fate of Missouri and was a turning point of the war in the West. The 4,300 acre battlefield honors those who fought and died on these grounds. Pea Ridge was the most pivotal Civil War battle west of the Mississippi River and is one of the most intact Civil War battlefields in the United States.
Pea Ridge National Military Park is located near Bella Vista, Bentonville and Lowell
Camp in this 1 bedroom, 1 bath travel trailer. Parked in a peaceful setting just 10 miles from Devil's Den State Park, 20 miles from U of A Razorback Stadium. See web site for pictures but call for reservations. Phone 479-761-3604
The entrance road is located on Highway 62, 1.3 miles east of the intersection of Highways 62 and 72. As one is driving along highway 62, watch for the brown road signs directing one to the entrance road to the parks visitor center.