Loudoun's Civil War In A Day Start your Civil War exploration with a morning hike through the hallowed grounds of Ball’s Bluff Battlefield Regional Park. Itineraries Ball's Bluff Battlefield This October 21, 1861 clash was the second largest to take place in the county during the Civil War. Parks History Events From reenactments to historic lectures to conversations in history, these events will take you back in time to explore Loudoun's... Events Aldie Mill Historic Park Aldie Mill was built in 1807-09 and survives today as Virginia's only known grist mill powered by twin waterwheels. ThingsToDo Mt. Zion Old School Baptist Church During the Civil War, this 1851 church served as a rendezvous site, barracks, prison, hospital, and burial ground for Confederate and... Civic Organization/Association Mosby Heritage Area The Mosby Heritage Area is a unique region of the Virginia Piedmont named for Confederate Colonel John S. Mosby who harried Union... Civic Organization/Association Video Extras: In Depth Look at Ball's Bluff Learn more about the Civil War battle of Ball's Bluff, October 21, 1861 in this in-depth video. Morven Park This 1,000-acre property includes a Greek Revival style mansion, boxwood gardens, replica Confederate log huts, and Equestrian &... Public Sites Hunting the Gray Ghost Watch as our Get Lost in Loudoun cast travels historic sites along John Mosby Highway in search of the Gray Ghost.