For web references, readers may wish to consult the National Park Service page on the Wilderness before visiting. There is considerable pressure on the battlefield from residential development, and more recently a proposed Wal-Mart shopping center nearby. The Civil War Preservation Trust offers details about the later, in addition to some excellent resources and maps about the battle on their Wilderness site.
The entry point is the Wilderness Exhibit shelter, the east wall panel. Five sets of markers present virtual tours, roughly in line with the Park Service’s driving tour:
Overall I’ve found the Wilderness Battlefield stops much less frequented than some of the other sections of the park, particularly Fredericksburg. However, the traffic in and around the subdivisions is at times heavy, pressuring the visitor who likes to pull off at unmarked locations. As with other battlefields, the park service has a solid solution for this problem – a series of trails that open up the real heart of the battlefield.