Kettle Creek

Located near modern day Washington, Georgia, the Kettle Creek battlefield is a 220 acre tract encircling a 500 foot high hill.  The Kettle Creek Monument was erected by the War Department in 1930.  Visitors can also see the final resting places of a number of Revolutionary soldiers who were reburied atop the hill. Kettle Creek Battlefield was listed in the National Register of Historic Places on June 26, 1975.

Kettle Creek: What's Nearby

Washington, GA
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Robert Toombs House Historic Site
Washington, GA
Civil War  |  Museum
Washington Historical Museum
Washington, GA
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Alexander H. Stephens State Historic Park
Crawfordville, GA
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Burt-Stark Mansion
Abbeville, SC
Civil War  |  Museum
Augusta Museum of History
Augusta, GA
Rev War  |  Battlefield
Ninety Six Battlefield
Ninety Six, SC
Civil War  |  Historic Site
The Old Governor's Mansion
Milledgeville, GA
Civil War  |  Battlefield
Griswoldville Battlefield
Macon, GA
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Magnolia Springs State Park
Millen, GA
Civil War  |  Museum
Georgia's Stone Mountain Park
Stone Mountain, GA


The American Battlefield Trust and our members have saved more than 180 acres at Kettle Creek.

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Related Battles

Washington, GA | February 14, 1779
Result: American Victory
Estimated Casualties