Finding the Park

*Please note: The Clover Road, Route 92 Bridge over the Staunton River has been closed 'indefinitely' by the Virginia Department of Transportation. As a result, we recommend that all visitors to the Staunton River Battlefield State Park, please follow the "Detour" highway markers along US 360.

First time visitors should be aware that there are two Staunton River state parks. One is the Staunton River State Park located in Scottsburg, Virginia. Information on this park may be found at the Staunton River State Park web site.The other is the Staunton River Battlefield State Park, information about which is found on this web site.

The Staunton River Battlefield State Park contain two visitor centers. "Direct" movement between the two visitor centers can be achieved only by walking or biking the railroad bed trail. Automotive travel between Randolph and the fort or Clover Center is therefore a six mile drive over County routes 607, 746 and 600 (see map below).

A nice addition - current visitors to both park visitor centers will discover that recently installed Virginia - Civil War Trail signs and directional arrows are quite helpful in locating the two somewhat remote park centers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GETTING THERE FROM:

North, North-west (Lynchburg, Roanoke, etc.)

​Come to Brookneal area, in Charlotte County follow VA Rt. 40 (Patrick Henry Hwy), go east to Phenix, then south on Co. Rt. 746 (Scuffletown Road) to villages of Clover or Randolph. Turn left off on Rt. 607 (River Road) for Roanoke Station Visitor Center for Randolph, or turn left off on Halifax Co. Rt. 600 (Black Walnut Road) for Clover Visitor Center Center.

North-east (Richmond, Petersburg, etc.)

Come south or west to US 360 (Kings Highway). Proceed south on US 360 into Charlotte Co. then right on Co. Rt.607 (Roanoke Station Road/River Road) for Roanoke Station, or continue south to the "second" VA Route 92 (please note, the first VA Rt. 92 exit is closed). Turn right on the second VA Rt.92 (Clover Road) to Clover and then right again on Halifax Co. Rt. 600 (Black Walnut Road) to Clover Visitor Center.

East, South-east (South Hill, Raleigh, etc.)

Come west (on US 58) or north (on US 15) to Clarksville. From there proceed north on US 15 approximately 15 miles to left turn on VA Rt. 92 (Jeb Stuart Hwy) and follow until US 360 (Kings Highway). (Please note the VA Rt. 92 road across US 360 is closed). Turn left on US 360 (Kings Hwy) and turn right on second VA Rt. 92 (Clover Road) to Clover and then right again on Halifax Co. Rt. 600 (Black Walnut Road) to Clover Visitor Center. If your initial desitination is Roanoke Station, follow US 15 north to US 360 (Kings Hwy), turn left onto US 360 and then right on Charlotte Co. Rt. 607 (Roanoke Station Road/River Road) to Randolph to Roanoke Station Visitor Center

South, South-west (Durham, Danville, etc.)

Come to South Boston and proceed north on US 360. Turn left on VA Rt. 92, go through the village of Clover and then turn left on Halifax Co. Rt. 600 (Black Walnut Road) for Clover Cente Visitors Center. If your initial destination is Roanoke Station, simply stay on US 360 (Kings Highway) into Charlotte Co. and turn left on Charlotte Co. Rt. 607 (Roanoke Station Road/River Road to village of Randolph and Roanoke Station Visitor Center.

Staunton River Battlefield State Park
Clover Visitors Center (Main Entrance & Exhibits)
Open Monday-Saturday 9:00 AM- 4:30 PM; Sunday 1:00-4:30PM;
Park closes daily at dusk.
(434)454-4312
1035 Fort Hill Trail
Randolph, Virginia 23962

Roanoke Station Visitor Center (Open by request and Seasonlly)
5998 Roanoke Station Road
Randolph, Virginia 23962
open Monday - Saturday from 9:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. and Sunday from 1:00 P.M. - 4:30 P.M.
The Roanoke Visitor Center will be open by request


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