|1||Manassas National Battlefield Park||5,073 acres (20.53 km2)||May 10, 1940||Prince William County, Virginia|
|2||Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park||8,374 acres (33.89 km2)||Feb 14, 1927||Spotsylvania County and Fredericksburg, Virginia, USA|
|3||Shenandoah National Park||199,100 acres (311.1 sq mi; 80,600 ha; 806 km2)||Dec 26, 1935||Virginia, USA|
|4||Richmond National Battlefield Park||7,307 acres (2,957 ha), 773.03 acres (312.83 ha) federal||Mar 2, 1936||Richmond, Hanover County, Henrico County, Chesterfield County, Virginia, USA|
|5||Colonial National Historical Park||9,349.28 acres (3,783.52 ha), 9,271.30 acres (3,751.96 ha) federal||Dec 30, 1930||York and James City counties and Williamsburg, Virginia, USA|
|6||Appomattox Court House National Historical Park||1,774 acres (718 ha)||Aug 3, 1935||Appomattox County, Virginia|
Virginia National Parks
Map of Virginia National Parks
locates the geographical position of the several famous historic sites, memorials, reserve forest and cultural centers.
The Virginia state map is also an important indicator of the national parks. Manassas National Battlefield Park of Virginia is known for the historic land war of 1861. Tourists coming to this park can visit the well-stocked library, museum displaying the field gear and uniforms of Civil War, a film on Manassas and Henry Hill Loop Trail.
Shenandoah National Park of Virginia is another exciting site of the state which offers Skyline Drive, hiking along the trail of Appalachain and fishing. Appomattox Court House National Historic Park in Virginia is famous for several historic events such as battle between Appom House and Appomattox Station, the surrender meet of Lt.
General Grant of USA and General Robert Lee of CSA. Colonial National Park of Virginia is yet another interesting site which houses Yorktown, Jamestown, a colonial parkway and Cape Henry Memorial.
The other major national parks of Virginia include Blue Ridge Parkway, Yorktown Battlefield, Poplar Grove National Cemetery, George Washington Birthplace National monument, Claude Moore Colonial Farm, Arlington House, Green springs, Prince William Forest Park and Great Falls Park, among others.
Last Updated Date: September 11th, 2017