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Pea Ridge National Military Park Foundation

The Pea Ridge National Military Park Foundation is making progress into the past by helping to protect and promote the History of the Battle of Pea Ridge. The Pea Ridge National Military Park Foundation, formed in 1994, is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization committed to help educate the public, provide Park improvements (beyond what the Park’s budget allows), and support the activities of the Pea Ridge National Military Park.

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Pea Ridge National Military Park Announces 155th Battle Anniversary Events

Pea Ridge National Military Park will commemorate the 155th anniversary of the Battle of Pea Ridge on March 11, 2017 with living history events and guided hiking tours at Elkhorn Tavern. There will also be concerts by the NWA Heritage Brass Ensemble at the visitor center. These events will be presented from 10:00am until 4:00pm. A complete schedule of events is available on the park website www.nps.gov/peri. While this event is not a reenactment, these programs provide great insight into the lives of the men who fought at the battle of Pea Ridge.

Pea Ridge National Military Park preserves the site of and commemorates the March 1862 Civil War battle that helped Union forces gain control of Missouri.  The park is located 10 miles north of Rogers just off US Highway 62.

Pea Ridge National Military Park Fee Free Day for Presidents Day – February 20, 2017

Pea Ridge National Military Park Announces

Fee Free Day for President’s Day Holiday

Pea Ridge National Military Park will join other National Park Service sites in waiving entrance fees in celebration of President’s Day, February 20, 2017. “Fee free days are a perfect time to come out and explore the park, learn about nature and learn our shared history,” stated Pea Ridge Superintendent Kevin Eads.

Other NPS fee free days in 2017 include:

April 15-16 opening weekend of National Park Week

April 22-23 closing weekend of National Park Week

August 25 National Park Service Birthday

September 30 National Public Lands Day

November 11-12 Veterans Day Weekend

Pea Ridge National Military Park preserves and commemorates the March 1862 Civil War battle that helped Union forces maintain physical and political control of the state of Missouri. Administered by the National Park Service, the 4,300 acre battlefield is located 10 miles north of Rogers, just off of US highway 62.

Pea Ridge Collection Booklet

A 28-page full color booklet featuring copies of the 11 original paintings by Andy Thomas featuring scenes from the Battle of Pea Ridge and brief historical summary of each scene.