Discover a slice of Civil War history at Gilbert’s Corner Regional Park in Aldie, Virginia. The 156 acre park offers hiking and walking trails with interpretive signage. The rolling countryside provides a view of the Bull Run Mountains. The park is rich with Civil War significance. And the park is part of the study area for the Battle of Aldie. At one time the Old Carolina Road traversed through what is now the park. The road was an active north/south route during the 18th and 19th centuries. It followed a route once used by Native Americans. Once you’ve enjoyed Gilbert’s Corner Regional Park, head over to Mt. Zion Historic Park to learn more about the Civil War in Loudoun County.