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Winstead Hill

Winstead Hill

The Monument at Winstead Hill stands as a memorial to the Confederate Veterans of Tennessee who fought during the Battle of Franklin on November 30, 1864

Winstead Hill Park is located south of downtown Franklin on Columbia Highway and consists of 61 acres with a walking trail, parking area, Civil War monument, and restroom facilities. Winstead Hill Park has open spaces with tranquil wooded areas and is open from dawn until dusk.

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