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Monocacy National Battlefield
Monocacy National Battlefield Artillery Firing credits NPS Photo
Union soldiers fire an artillery piece in commemoration of the battle.
Monocacy National Battlefield The Secondary House credits NPS Photo
Built in the 1790s this house was one of the first structures in the park.
Monocacy National Battlefield The Worthington House credits NPS Photo
The Worthington House is one of the most iconic locations on the battlefield.
Monocacy National Battlefield Memorial Day Flag Display credits NSP Photo
2,300 Union and Confederate National Flags are set out to commemorate the Battle of Monocacy casualties.
Monocacy National Battlefield History Comes Alive at Monocacy credits NPS Photo
Living history volunteers bring the past to the present through demonstrating small arms firing at Monocacy.
Monocacy National Battlefield Cannon at the Best Farm credits NPS Photo
Confederate artillery used the fields of the Best Farm to stage their attack on Union forces across the river.
Monocacy National Battlefield 14 New Jersey Regiment Monument credits NPS Photo
The monument recognizes the sacrifices of the Monocacy Regiment.
MONOCACY NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD
MONOCACY NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD
5201 Urbana Pike
Frederick, Maryland   21704
(lat:39.3726 lon:-77.399)

Phone: 301-662-3515
Email:
During the summer of 1864, the Confederacy carried out a bold plan to turn the tide of the Civil War in their favor. They planned to capture Washington, DC and influence the election of 1864. On July 9, however, Federal soldiers outnumbered three to one, fought gallantly along the banks of the Monocacy River in an effort to buy time for Union reinforcement to arrive in Washington, DC.
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Maple Tree Camp
20716 Townsend Road
Gapland, MD
301-432-5585
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Orvis-Hunting Creek Outfitters
29 N Market St
Frederick, MD
(301) 668-4333
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501 S Market St
Frederick, MD
(301) 663-3697
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Located on a tree-lined street of stately historic homes, The Beechmont has welcomed business and leisure travelers since 1986 with exceptional hospitality and thoughtful extras designed to exceed travelers needs and desires.
37.2 miles from park*

Directions
From the North (U.S. 15) or West (Hagerstown): Use I-70 east and take Exit 54. Bear right then take a left onto Rt. 355. The visitor center will be on the left. From the East (Baltimore): Use I-70 west and take Exit 54. Bear left then take a left onto Rt. 355. The visitor center will be on the left. From the South (Washington): Use I-270 north to I-70 east and take Exit 54. Bear right then take a left onto Rt. 355. The visitor center will be on the the left.

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