Change in Operation Hours & Seasons
Moores Creek National Battlefield's operating hours have changed. Please see Operating Hours & Seasons for more information.
Access to Moores Creek Bridge Closed for Trail Maintenance
Due to recent storms, hiking trail acces to Moores Creek Bridge along the History Trail is limited. The rest of the park trails, including access to monuments and the battlefield is still accessible. Please call the park for further updates.
Join 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
For more information link to http://moorescreekba.home.att.net/
Did You Know?
The last Scottish clan army was the militia raised in the Cape Fear area of North Carolina to fight as British loyalists in 1776. They mounted what is believed to be the last major broadsword charge in Scottish history. Their story is told at Moores Creek National Battlefield.