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Camp Butler National Cemetery

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Camp Butler National Cemetery

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5063 Camp Butler Rd, Springfield, IL 62707-9722
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Clue-Gathering Game by 3Quest Challenge - Springfield, IL
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Clue-Gathering Game by 3Quest Challenge - Springfield, IL
Using your smartphone, you'll be given an app to download and a starting location. Once you arrive at the starting location, you'll send a text to check in and get your game setup on the app. From your starting location, also known as your Home Base, the app will lead you from checkpoint to checkpoint around the city to collect clues and solve puzzles. Once you've completed all 3 quests, you'll come back to your Home Base and solve a final puzzle. The objective is to have fun, score the most points, and correctly solve the final puzzle! You are not alone. You will have a remote guide that is just a call or text away that can help throughout your adventure!
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Every time I go here it is so serene and beautiful. I have been twice this year. But really next time want to go visit the Civil War Confederate graves. This was at one time a prison camp so some are buried here I believe in the Eastern section.
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I was so priviledged to be able to come to the cemetery. It was somber, respective and historic. My ancestor trained there prior to joining up with the Union out of Stephenson County. I am so proud to say he served with the Illinois 46th Company C . The information available was
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Camp Butler was established in 1861 as a training base for Illinois recruits joining the Union Army. It grew to become the second largest camp in Illinois (after Camp Douglas in Chicago). It also housed Confederate POWs captured at Fort Donelson. Conditions weren't always the
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This cemetery contains Veterans of all wars including graves of Confederate Soldiers. It is on the outskirts of Springfield and easy to get to.
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A final tribute to those that served in our military service and their spouse. My husband is buried there. I have participated in Wreaths Across America and Patriot Guard honors here. Our National cemeteries are treasures. The people connected to them do a great job. Always
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