Aug 5, 2011 - Aug 7, 2011
Battle of Laurel Hill Reenactment
Belington, WEST VIRGINIA 26250
Contact phone: 304-823-2611
Web site: http://www.battleoflaurelhill.org/reenact.htm
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The first land battles of America’s Civil War took place in the Tygart Valley of present-day West Virginia. One of those contests— the Battle of Laurel Hill— is celebrated annually with a vivid re-enactment of the baptism by fire of north and south. Opening ceremonies Friday night, followed by a children's pageant. Camps open to the public. The parade will be on Saturday morning and the ball will be on Saturday night. The battle reenactment will be on Sunday. Crafts, food and living history throughout weekend. Depicts the longest battle during the Tygart Valley Campaign of July 1861. Laurel Mountain Road(Beverly Fairmont Pike) Donations only and no fees for admission or parking. Please see our website for the schedule of activities.