Battle of Big Hill Reenactment

The Battle of Big Hill, KY took place on August 23, 1862, at the top of Big Hill in Madison, Jackson and Rockcastle counties. More of a skirmish between dismounted cavalry units, it was the first sizeable engagement of the August 1862 Confederate Kentucky invasion. It pitted untrained KY Union cavalrymen against somewhat experienced Louisiana Confederate cavalrymen with attached artillery.

The reenactment is held on the 3rd weekend of August at the Jackson Energy Farm on HWY 290, 5 miles south of McKee.

For more information call 606-965-2485 or 606-287-7853 or email
jacksoncountyky@prtcnet.org. Contact Tourism Chairman Demian Gover: 606.493.7656 or the Jackson County Judge Executive at 606.287.8562.

Tourism Information
Category: 
Outdoor Adventures
Historical Adventures
Sub-Category: 
Battlefield
Genealogy & Cemetery
Corridor: 
Southern I-75
Address
Address: 
Jackson County Tourism PO box 278
City: 
Annville
State: 
KY
Zip Code: 
40402
County: 
Jackson
Contact
Phone: 
606-965-2485
Misc
Pets: 
Yes
Handicap: 
Yes