This Revolutionary War battle site commemorates the victory of Brigadier General Daniel Morgan over Lieutenant Colonel Banastre Tarleton. The park has a Visitor Center, battlefield, trail, a 3.8-mile auto loop road around the perimeter of the battlefield and a picnic area with a covered shelter. All the major sites in the park are accessible, including restrooms. A wheelchair is available to borrow from the Visitor Center on a first-come, first-served basis. Accessible parking spaces are located in front of the Visitor Center, picnic area, Scruggs House and each of the battlefield overlooks. The movie is closed-captioned and has an assistive listening device available. The fiber-optic map program has an assistive listening device available and an LED text. An ASL interpreter can be requested from the South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind, Division of Interpreting Services. Text can be downloaded for the listening wands found at the Visitor Center. The park brochure is available in braille from the Visitor Center desk. A large-print text version can be downloaded online. The Cowpens National Battlefield mobile app has accessible features for low vision visitors. They include: proximity notices and text and audio description of wayside exhibits on the interpretive walking trail and the loop road.
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