• Moores Creek National Battlefield, Currie North Carolina

    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 Advisory and Park Closure

    Moores Creek Naitonal Battlefield will be closed effective 12:00 pm Thursday, July 3, 2014 in anticipation of incoming Tropical Storm/Hurricane Arthur. The park will reopen Saturday, July 5 pending minimal park damage to trails, facilities, and roadways.

Join Our Friends

Our Friends

Moore's Creek Battleground Association

Founded March 7, 1899

The Association’s objectives are to foster and perpetuate the significance of the Battle of Moores Creek Bridge; to sponsor programs in honor of those who fought and died in pursuit of American independency; to give all possible aid to the National Park Service in the development of Moores Creek National Battlefield; to cooperate with other national, state and local organizations with similar aims and to foster and perpetuate a spirit of patriotism and knowledge of national heritage among all Americans.

They are a non-profit organization and are the oldest, continually operating support group to a National Park Service site! Membership is open to all interested persons. Association Board members serve on a volunteer basis. Dues are modest and support the following:

Distribution of park brochures

Lodging for special event speakers

Quarterly newsletter (printing/mailing)

Printed programs for special events

Tourism advertisements

For more information link to http://moorescreekba.home.att.net/

Did You Know?

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Flora MacDonald’s husband, Allen, fought as a loyalist at the battle of Moores Creek. Flora won fame assisting “Bonnie” Prince Charles to escape Scotland after the Battle of Culloden in 1746. She disguised the prince as a maid servant and rowed him to the Isle of Skye.