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 The Kernsown Battlefield Association 
is a non-profit
 501(c)3 
all volunteer 
corporation 
whose mission
 is to protect 
and interpret
 this Civil War 
Battlefield 
for the 
benefit of
all future 
generations.


Follow the Kernstown Battlefield walking trails for insights
 into the events of the First and Second Battles of Kernstown ... 
browse the battlefield Visitor Center to learn details of the history ... 
see the 1854 Pritchard House where the family of 
Samuel and Helen Pritchard huddled in the cellar 
waiting for quiet to return to their farm.  
This and more await visitors to this pristine 
388-acre Civil War battlefield park.


Follow the Kernstown Battlefield walking trails for insights
 into the events of the First and Second Battles of Kernstown ... 
browse the battlefield Visitor Center to learn details of the history ... 
see the 1854 Pritchard House where the family of 
Samuel and Helen Pritchard huddled in the cellar 
waiting for quiet to return to their farm.  
This and more await visitors to this pristine 
388-acre Civil War battlefield park.
Above:  Map of First Battle of Kernstown as drawn by 
Jedediah Hotchkiss, Gen. "Stonewall" Jackson's cartographer.

~ 2024  ~
The Kernstown Battlefield is open 
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
 April 12 through October 27

10am – 4pm
See how the Blue & Gray Education Society 
is supporting the Kernstown Battlefield.

Second Kernstown Battlefield Golf Classic
Rock Harbor Golf Course
21 June 2024
Be a part of battlefield preservation! 

    Join us for a day of fun and 18 holes of golf on one of the region's premier golf courses, Rock Harbor. Included will be a golf cart, lunch, beverage cart, raffles, prizes and access to practice facilities. The fee is $100 per person.


    In addition to teams, the KBA is soliciting local businesses or individuals for gift cards or merchandise to use for raffles or prizes. Sponsorship opportunities are also available for businesses. Sponsorships include:  Event Sponsors ($500); Lunch Sponsors ($250); Beverage Cart Sponsors ($250); and Green Sponsors ($150).


    Proceeds benefit the Kernstown Battlefield Association (KBA). The KBA is an all-volunteer 501(c)3 non-profit organization which owns and operates the Kernstown Battlefield. Our mission is preservation, interpretation and maintenance of this pristine Civil War battlefield. One hundred percent of your tax deductible donation applies directly to our mission.
"A Scottish Evening at the Battlefield"
A battlefield preservation fundraising event to benefit 
the Kernstown Battlefield Association (KBA)
September 14, 2024, 6:00pm – 7:30pm

      Join us on the lawn at the battlefield to celebrate the Scottish heritage of the original settlers of this hallowed ground we now call The Kernstown Battlefield. 

     The Winchester Pipes & Drums will march and perform on the blacktop apron in front of the Artillery Building while guests relax in their own lawn chairs on the grass. The performers will break in mid-program to mingle with guests and answer their questions.
     A complimentary glass of wine or beer will be provided by our neighbor from the Kernstown Commons, The Crush Wine Bar. Additional beverages may be purchased.
     Come early to tour the antebellum Pritchard House, browse our museum or walk the trails on the battlefield.
     The KBA is an all-volunteer 501(c)3 non-profit corporation. Your contribution is tax deductible and 100% will go toward preservation, maintenance and interpretation of this hallowed ground. 

Cost per person: $48

~PLEASE BRING A LAWN CHAIR~


Read the KBA Gazette for all the latest news –

Winter 2023 Edition                            Spring 2024 Edition
A journalist visited Kernstown 
Battlefield 24-hours after 
the battle. Here's what he saw!