- The battle at Pickett's Mill in 1864 gave the South one of its most important victories of the Civil War. Today, visitors to this state historic site can walk the same dusty roads, stand on the massive earthworks, and walk through the ragged ravine where 2000 soldiers lost their lives. The 765-acre (310-hectare) park features hiking trails, picnic sites, and the Living History Encampment, where the spirit of the past comes alive to educate and entertain. The park's visitor center also showcases exhibits and films related to the battle.
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