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Natural Bridge Battlefield Historic State Park

 About Natural Bridge Battlefield Historic State Park

Civil War reenactors carry the flag. Photo by Sam Holton.


Rob Lacy, Manager

The 150th Anniversary and 38th Annual Reenactment of the Battle of Natural Bridge will be held on March 7 and 8, 2015! The event commemorates the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War Battle that took place 12 miles south of Tallahassee on March 6, 1865.  We are already gearing up for this huge commemoration of the 150th Anniversary in 2015! More information about the reenactment may be found at the Natural Bridge Historical Society website:

Autumn is a great time to relax, enjoy a picnic and reflect on bygone eras at Natural Bridge.  Natural Bridge Battlefield Historic State Park is a quiet place to picnic, fish, or just relax and enjoy the serene sights and sounds of nature. Drop by the park and see how many different species of wildlife you can spot.

Guided interpretive tours of the park cover the battle history, as well as the natural features of the park. Explore the Battlefield's hallowed ground, the St. Marks River sink and several springs on this one hour exploration.  To schedule a tour, contact the park office at least two weeks in advance of the tour date.

For more information on Natural Bridge, please call the park office at (850) 922-6007.


Natural Bridge Battlefield Historical State Park is located six miles east of Woodville, off State Road 363 on Natural Bridge Road.