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Fort Stevens

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Fort Stevens Layout (PDF)

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Features

  1. Interpretive Signage
  2. Picnic Areas
  3. Trails

About Fort Stevens


Fort Stevens was constructed in 1862 after the Seven Days Campaign, as part of the defenses of Richmond. The fort was the pivotal point for a Confederate counter-attack during the Second Battle of Drewry’s Bluff on May 16, 1864, where Confederates halted Gen. Butler’s Army of the James in its advance toward Richmond. This was the largest battle of the Bermuda Hundred Campaign, involving over 35,000 troops. The park includes picnic areas and a trail along the earthworks.

See the Park Layout (PDF)

Park Amenities


  • Interpretive Signage
  • Picnic Area
  • Walking Trail (0.1 mile)

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