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Camp Butler National Cemetery


category : Cemeteries
Camp Butler National Cemetery One of the 120 national cemeteries that served as a Civil War training camp as well as a POW camp for Confederate Soldiers. Call office to schedule a tour.


Hours: M-F: 7:30am-3:45pm. Closed major holidays.
Address: 5063 Camp Butler Rd.
Phone: 217-492-4970
Fax: 217-492-4072
From I-55 exit 100A South and 100A North about 2½ mi. from I-55 exit

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