The Monterey Pass Battlefield Association

144 N. Church St, Waynesboro, PA 17268-1222 GET DIRECTIONS
The battle of Monterey Pass was fought on July 4-5, 1863 and is the second largest Civil War battle in Pennsylvania and was the only battle that was fought on both sides of the Mason and Dixon Line. Being a direct route to the Potomac River, Monterey Pass was used by the bulk of the Confederate Army during it’s withdraw from Gettysburg. The Monterey Pass Battlefield Association offers programs for kids and guided tours on a reserve basis. We do offer a self guided tour that is about 22 miles long that shows the highlights of the battlefield. Please log onto our website for additional information.
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Facility Amenities: Guided Tours
General Information: Hours: Guided driving tour about two hours long will cover Fairfield Pass, Fountain Dale, the heart of the Monterey Pass battlefield as well as a drive up to High Rock showing how the battle ended in Maryland. The fee for this tour is $20.00.
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