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Nash Farm Battlefield

100 Babbs Mill Road, Hampton, GA 30228, USA

On August 20, 1864, U.S. General Judson Kilpatrick's cavalry raid escalated at the Nash Farm when 4, 700 Federal cavalry charged and broke through the Texans. This was the largest cavalry breakthrough saber charge in Georgia's history. Nash Farm was also the site of Confederate Gen. Stephen D. Lee's campsite in September 1864.


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From Atlanta take I-75 south to exit 221, Jonesboro Road (the second Jonesboro Road located in Henry County). Turn off the highway and go west approximately six miles. Nash Farm will be on the left.

Visitor Services

Public rest rooms, handicapped access.

Regular Events

April, Southern Heritage Festival; July, Georgia Independence Festival; November, Civil War Reenactment.

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Admission Fee



By appointment only; historian available for tours Monday-Friday after 2:00 P.M.

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