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Spring Hill Battlefield

Although mostly lost to commercial and residential development, an interpretative walking trail southeast of Spring Hill on Kedron Road and Reserve Boulevard helps visitors understand one of the most controversial events of the Civil War.  Confederates camped around nearby Rippavilla Plantation, still standing on Route 31 and open to visitors, during the night of November 28-29, 1864.

Spring Hill Battlefield: What's Nearby

Spring Hill, TN
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Spring Hill Battlefield
Spring Hill, TN
Civil War  |  Historic Site
The Athenaeum Rectory
Columbia, TN
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Confederate Memorial Park at Winstead Hill
Franklin, TN
Civil War  |  Cemetery
McGavock Confederate Cemetery
Franklin, TN
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Carnton
Franklin, TN
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Eastern Flank Battlefield Park
Franklin, TN
Civil War  |  Battlefield
Franklin Battlefield
Franklin, TN
Civil War  |  Historic Site
The Carter House
Franklin, TN
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Lotz House
Franklin, TN
Civil War  |  Fort
Fort Granger
Franklin, TN

Preservation

The American Battlefield Trust and our members have saved more than 195 acres at Spring Hill Battlefield.

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Related Battles

Spring Hill, TN | November 29, 1864
Result: Union Victory
Estimated Casualties
850
Union
350
Confed.
500