1. Jeff Moran

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    The park was good. As you explore Shiloh, I had the same feeling that I received after visiting Gettysburg that the north and south “ghosts” still inhabit the battlefield. Make sure you stop at the visitor’s center to watch the film and to grab a map. Even though important battle events are well marked on the self-guided driving tour, the map will give you an in-depth explanation of each stop. I especially enjoyed the nature walk through the Indian Mounds because it was nice to know a portion of the battlefield was used peacefully by the Indians long before the Shiloh battle occurred.

  2. Jason Foutch

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    The last time I visited this place i haf goose bumps for a week after ..I found it to be a very peaceful place honestly I felt emotionally broken and like something didnt want me to leave.. ill never forget that feeling as long as I live I remember going to the bloody pond the sun was shining you can see the Red in the water I was stunned to it was a very crazy but emotional rollercoaster ride experience. …

  3. KeRi Fl

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    Went with the Boy Scouts as a teenager. It was an amazing experience!

  4. Bryan Wayne

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    I live 40 miles away from here, and ive been to the park hundreds of times. Beautiful, and historically correct!

  5. Tara Umhoefer

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    Very nice park!! Very Friendly People!!:)) Great Getaway My Kids Love it!! 🙂