• 8183 Fox Groves Road
    Remington, Virginia 22734
  • Website
  • 540-272-1071
  • Open daily from 10AM-5PM, April through October, for self-guided tours. Tours of the manor, blacksmith shop and slave quarters are available by appointment. For more information email or call the number listed above.

Built in 1815 by Fredericksburg magistrate and merchant, Daniel Grinnan, Presqu’Isle was originally a 16,000-acre grain plantation. The property also served as headquarters for Union General Emory Upton and approximately 15,000 cavalrymen during the winter encampment of 1863/64. Today 20 of Presqu’Isle’s original 16,000 acres, including the core of the c.1815 plantation, are open to the public as a historic park.


  •  Free Admission
  •  Free Parking
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Takes Reservations
  •  Public Restrooms