They've done a really good job with a nice walking and driving tour. Lots of interpretive signs and exhibits.
This your invitation to tour the historic Civil War Battlefield at...
This your invitation to tour the historic Civil War Battlefield at Parker's
Crossroads, Tennessee. The battle took place, December 31, 1862,
during General N. B. Forrest’s First West Tennessee Raid. It was
significant for Forrest’s unique use of artillery against infantry and
famous for its Confederate commander’s brazen maneuvering
resulting in his famous command “charge them both ways!”
The battlefield is located at the intersection of I-40 & Hwy. 22, Exit 108
mid-way between Memphis and Nashville, approximately 10 miles north
of Lexington, Tennessee. The self-guided tour brochure containing a
map and other historic details needed for the tour may be picked up
at the Southwest Tennessee Log Cabin Information Center located
on Hwy. 22 approximately one-half mile south of I-40.