Cabin Creek Civil War Battle Site

Cabin Creek Civil War Battle Site 442370 E 367 Rd
Big Cabin, OK 74332

Phone: 918-456-2751

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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  • General Information: Free admission

  • Suitable for Ages: Adults (18+), Children (up to 12), Teens (13-18)

  • Tour Information: Self-guided tours

Open daily, dawn to dusk.

Take I-44 (Will Rogers Turnpike) to Big Cabin exit. Take Highway 69 south to Highway 28 east to Pensacola. Take road 4400 to road 350 and turn left. Battlefield site will be on the left.

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David Fowler

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From Staff on 07/06/15

Adrian, thank you for the head's up! We've updated this page with information from the Oklahoma Historical Society, so the map and address are now correct. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Adrian on 07/03/15

Do not follow the map on this page. It is not the correct location

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