Cabin Creek Civil War Battle Site

Cabin Creek Civil War Battle SiteHwy 28 E
Adair, OK 74330

Phone: 918-456-2751
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The Cabin Creek Civil War Battle Site is a 12-acre Civil War battlefield featuring granite monument and markers that tell the story of this 1864 Confederate victory. The Cabin Creek Battlefield is considered one of the most complete battles of the Civil War. Re-enactments are held every three years by the Oklahoma Historical Society.

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Open daily, dawn to dusk.

9 miles E of Adair on Hwy 28.

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