Clover Visitor Center

The Clover Visitor Center rededication June 22, 2018 at 1:00 pm

The Clover Visitor Center was opened on June 10,1995. The exhibits focus on the Clover Power Station, Wilson's Raid, the battle of "Old Men and Young Boys", and home life in Southside Virginia during the war. A large relief map of the surrounding countryside highlights battlefield features, the Clover Power Station, Randolph and the Mulberry Hill plantation. The center also has extensive displays on the generation and use of electrical energy. Many of the displays are interactive.

 

Two displays of special interest are the the banjo of Robert Leonard Skelton and a Union officer's sword. Click on the following links to learn more about them.

Robert Leonard Skelton's Banjo

Union Officer's Sword

The vistor center also has a gift shop containing books and Civil War and park mementos. These items may also be purchased from the            Online Gift Shop

 

The center also has a meeting room with seating for 50 people and a kitchen, both of which are available for rental by community groups.

In addition, a covered picnic shelter next to the center is available for rental. Click here for more information about the shelter or here for rental rates and hours

 

 

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