Devils Den was formed by a geological condition about 200 million years ago, thus making it old enough to withstand everything other than heavy foot traffic. Devils Den has been a major tourist attraction since the 1880’s, and the name precedes the Civil War. During the battle the Den provided shelter for soldiers. After the war, a trolley line was put in to take visitors around the battlefield and to the Den to eat and get portraits made.
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