Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park

 

Start your tour of Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park at the visitor center where you can pay for your National Park pass, pick up a map, and view exhibits of Civil War artifacts, medicine, and memorabilia. Park Rangers host interactive programs throughout the year that give further information about the historic battle.
 
The National Park grounds contain 16 miles of hiking trails. The most popular route winds one mile up the mountain to see actual Confederate entrenchments and earthworks. Park visitors can also take a shuttle or drive to the top of Kennesaw Mountain. Picnicking is allowed in designated areas. Allow at least two hours for exploring.
 
For U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents who have a disability, The Access Pass is available for free at the visitor center. The Park has accessible parking at all 10 lots, and the visitor center has ADA approved restrooms & drinking fountains for guests. Assisted listening devices, ASL interpreters, and Braille park brochures are all available upon request.
 

 

Man looking in the distance at Kennesaw Mountain  Couple walking in Kennesaw Mountain  Cannon at Kennesaw Mountain