PARKERS CROSSROADS BATTLEFIELD TOUR

This your invitation to tour the historic Civil War Battlefield at Parker's
 Crossroads, Tennessee.   The battle took place, December 31, 1862,
during General N. B. Forrest’s First West Tennessee Raid.  It was
significant for Forrest’s unique use of artillery against  infantry and
 famous for its Confederate  commander’s brazen  maneuvering
 resulting in his famous command “charge them both ways!”

The battlefield is located at the intersection of I-40 & Hwy. 22, Exit 108
 mid-way between Memphis and Nashville, approximately 10 miles north
 of Lexington, Tennessee.    The self-guided tour brochure containing a
map and other historic details needed for the tour may be picked up at
the Visitor Center located at
20945 Hwy 22 North in Parkers Crossroads.

The self-guided tour is available to anyone and may be taken by
 hiking, biking, or motor vehicle.   Those completing the tour may
 by request secure the “Parkers Crossroads Battle Tour” patch.
  These patches may be requested by printing and completing our
 on line form. We offer three different patches: a round patch for
anyone completing the tour by motor vehicle; an oval patch for
those who complete the tour by biking, and a shield-shaped patch
 for anyone who hikes or walks the Battlefield tour. Click our
small photos below to open a new window with a larger image:


Auto Tour


Biking Tour


Hiking Tour

If you have completed our Tour by one of these methods,
you may
click here to go to our on line patch request form.
Each patch costs $6.00 ($5.00 per patch + $1.00 shipping).
This is a printable form which is to be filled out & mailed.

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