Manassas National Battlefield Park has over 40 miles of hiking trails, traversing key areas of the First and Second Manassas Battlefields. Many of these hikes include trailside interpretive markers describing the battle action that occurred.
Opportunities exist for both short and extended hikes. Before setting out on your hike, stop by the park visitor center to obtain a trail map. Please be certain to wear sturdy shoes and bring plenty of water. Sunscreen and insect repellent are also recommended.
Download the park's Hiking Trail Map.
Did You Know?
Only one civilian was killed during the battle of Bull Run. Judith Carter Henry, an 85 year old bed-ridden widow, was mortally wounded by Union artillery fire. She is buried in a small family cemetery located on Henry Hill.