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Belle Grove or Belle Grove Plantation may refer to:
Places in the United States
- Belle Grove Plantation (Middletown, Virginia), home of Major Isaac Hite; built 1794-97; listed on the NRHP, NHL, NTHP
- Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park, encompassing the above since 2002
- Belle Grove Plantation (Port Conway, Virginia), birthplace of President James Madison; listed on the NRHP
- Belle Grove, Pittsylvania County, Virginia, a 1790s Federal-style home owned by the Whitmell P. Tunstall family
- Belle Grove Plantation (Iberville Parish, Louisiana), historic plantation house (built 1857, destroyed 1950s)
- Belle Grove (Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana), on Bayou Black (built 1847, destroyed 1950s)
- USS Belle Grove (LSD-2), named for Belle Grove, Port Conway, Virginia
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