Entrance to the park.
Fort Donelson Visitor's Center
Map of the Fort & Battlefield
Union Troops & Casualty numbers
Confederate Troops & Casualty numbers
Jessica inside the visitor center.
Ammunition cart in front of the visitor center.
Monument for the Confederate Soldiers
Example of one of the cabins that made up Fort Donelson.
One of the trench lines that protected Fort Donelson
Lower River Batteries
These cannons successfully defended Fort Donelson from the Union attack by boat.
Info on the Lower Water Battery
Overlooking the lower river battery was this majestic Bald Eagle.
He was so regal I had to take several pictures.
This is when I wish I had a better camera.
One last Eagle picture from a different angle.
One of the canons at the Lower River Battery.
One of the canons in the Upper River Battery.
Another Canon at the Upper River Battery.
The Dover Hotel or Surrender House.
This was the site where Buckner surrendered to Grant.
13,000 Confederate soldiers were taken prisoner & transferred to Union camps all over the north.
Fort Donelson National Cemetery.
Sign at the Cemetery Lodge.
Main graves of the Union Soldiers.