• Moores Creek Bridge

    Moores Creek

    National Battlefield North Carolina

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  • Change in Operation Hours & Seasons

    Moores Creek National Battlefield's operating hours have changed. Please see Operating Hours & Seasons for more information.

  • Inclement Weather and Park Closure

    Due to incoming wintry weather and expected icy road conditions as well as lack of road treatment on secondary roads, the park will close at 12:00 pm Tuesday, February 11, 2014 and will remain closed for Wednesday, February 12, 2014. More »

Event Schedule 2013-2014

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History Trail made of recycled tires

Something For Everyone

Picnic Area:

When planning an outing to Moores Creek, be sure to pack a picnic. Feel free to take advantage of our charcoal grills, picnic tables, and pavilion. The family pet can also enjoy the trials and picnic area while on a leash. The picnic area is open year round and is a great way to enjoy a beautiful North Carolina day.

Junior Ranger Program:

Have the kids become official Junior Rangers while visiting Moores Creek. Our Junior Ranger program is suited for all ages. After completion of the work book, kids will be sworn in and receive their official Ranger badge and patch.

Guided Tours:

Want to know a little more about the history of the park? Ask a Ranger for a guided tour. Pending staff availability, park Rangers are available to give tours seven days a week with all tours being free of charge.

Planning Your Next Big Event

From business meetings to wedding receptions, Patriots Hall could be just what you're looking for. We provide tables and chairs with room to fit up to 200 people. Park Rangers are available to give interpretive tours and programs ranging from pine forest restoration to historical weapons. We have programs for all ages. Please contact a Ranger for details.

Did You Know?

Battleground Association Established 1899

Moores Creek National Battlefield has the oldest continually serving Friends group in the National Park System. They are the Moores Creek Battleground Association and were established in 1899.