Come See Where The Civil War Ended
History abounds in and around Appomattox, VA. Not only is Parkview RV Park easy to get to & easy to park, but it’s right in the middle of several historical Civil War points of interest. From the American Civil War Museum to the Appomattox Court House National Historical Park where Lee surrendered to Grant, Cemetery of Unkown Soldiers, and much more.
THE PARK IS CENTRALLY LOCATED FOR NUMEROUS DAY TRIPS!
National D-Day Memorial
Peaks of Otter – Blue Ridge Parkway
Booker T. Washington National Monument
Poplar Forest, Jefferson’s Summer Home
Point of Honor – Old City Cemetery
Lynchburg Museum – and much more
Patrick Henry’s Red Hill
Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello
Farmville – Prince Edward County
High Bridge Trail State Park
Sailor’s Creek Battlefield
Colleges & Universities nearby
University of Lynchburg Liberty University
Randolph College Sweet Briar College
Longwood College Hampden-Sydney College
Wineries & Breweries Abound
Appomattox – Concord – Lynchburg
Farmville – Amherst – Bedford
Lovingston – Charlottesville
The American Civil War Meuseum
The Museum is directly across from the RV park & just over a mile from Appomattox Court House Historic National Park and the McLean House surrender site. It offers a unique perspective on the Civil War’s end and its ramifications.
Appomattox Court House & National Historic Park
The Army of Northern Virginia surrendered in the McLean House in the village of Appomattox Court House, Virginia, on April 9, 1865, signaling the end of the American Civil War.