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A walking path aside blooming flowers at Ox Hill Battlefield Park.

Ox Hill Battlefield Park, Chantilly, Va.

Kelly Schneider

Chantilly Battlefield

Ox Hill Battlefield Park

Although most of the Chantilly (or Ox Hill as the Confederates named it) battlefield has been lost to development, an small urban park preserves a piece of the battlefield, near where Union General Phillip Kearny was killed.  Ox Hill Battlefield Park today is a calming refuge in the midst of a heavily commercial area. Signs, monuments and interpretive kiosks at the park present information about the battle and its significance and offer insights into some of the men who fought here.

Chantilly Battlefield: What's Nearby

Chantilly, VA
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Fairfax Museum and Visitor Center
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Sully Historic Site
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Manassas National Battlefield Park
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Bull Run Battlefield
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Ben Lomond Historic Site
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Dranesville Battlefield
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The Manassas Museum System
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Second Manassas Battlefield
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Bristoe Station Battlefield
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Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park
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Preservation

The American Battlefield Trust and our members would like to save land at Chantilly Battlefield.

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Related Battles

fairfax, VA | September 1, 1862
Result: Inconclusive
Estimated Casualties
2,100
Union
1,300
Confed.
800