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Camp Moore/Confederate Museum and Cemetery

Camp Moore Road, Kentwood, LA 70444, USA

Established in the summer of 1861, Camp Moore (named after Civil War Gov. Thomas Moore) served as one of the largest Confederate training bases in the South. The Confederate cemetery adjacent to Camp Moore contains the remains of more than 400 Confederate soldiers.

 

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Directions

Take I-55 from Hammond north for 25 miles, Take exit 57 and follow the signs for 1.5 miles to Camp Moore.

Visitor Services

Information, trails, museum

Regular Events

Saturday and Sunday before Thanksgiving: annual reenactment and living history weekend.

Plan Your Visit

Admission Fee

Adults $2.00, children $1.00, children under six free

Hours

Museum Hours: Wednesday - Saturday 10:00AM - 3:00PM. Grounds Hours: Daily from daylight to dusk

Phone

985-229-2438

Website

http://www.campmoorela.com/ »

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