In-person field trips are on hold for now due to Covid restrictions, but they won't be on hold forever so check back for updates. In the meantime, here are some trips we've done in the past.
2019 Field Trip: North Anna and the Overland Campaign, 1864
Forty-two members and friends of the round table explored parts of the Overland Campaign with our incomparable guide, Bobby Krick. Carmel Church, Jericho Mill, and Ox Ford, all parts of the North Anna Battle, were explored in the morning. Lunch was enjoyed in the fellowship hall of the beautiful and historic Fork Church in Doswell, built in 1735. The afternoon tour followed the Federal Army to the Pamunkey River while we drove by several sites associated with their march. We ended our full day with stops at the cavalry battle site at Haw’s Shop and finally Totopotomoy Creek.
Some of the other annual field trips have included: City Point, Petersburg, and Five Forks in 2018; Aquia Landing and Quantico Marine Base in 2017; Stuart’s Ride around the Union Army in 2016; Appomattox in 2015; Bermuda Hundred Campaign in 2014; and Bristoe Station in 2013.