Fort Collier

Civil War Center

Fort Collier

is a Confederate earthwork fortification constructed in 1861, the site of the great Federal cavalry charge on September 19, 1864 that ended the third battle of Winchester.

Explore the history of this farmland turned military fortification.

Learn about the threats to this historic site and efforts to preserve it.

View events held at Fort Collier,
past and upcoming.

The Fort Collier Civil War Center, Inc. purchased this ten-acre site on April 1, 2002 with the help of a Federal grant from the Land and Water Conservation Fund, administered by the National Park Service, The Civil War Preservation Trust, the County of Frederick, and private donations.