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The park is nice and rangers were very very helpful. They even provide an overlay of the battlefield in 1863 to a map of 2018 to show you were on the battlefield you would need to go to see a certain point. It is too...More
Amazing to see the difficulties that the land posed never mind opponents trying to kill you. Gives an appreciation of what these young men on both sides went through.
Only downside was the museum being closed.
As a non American citizen but with American family, I like to see and experience as much of the local History and culture as possible. This Park and Information center was superbly put together. Very informative and I learned a lot about both this site...More
I have hiked two different trails. The first one was up to the top with my husband. It was beautiful and a great workout. The second was solo around the base of the trails. It was a great walk through meadows and very nice. There...More
In 30 to 45 minutes - depending on the route you take - you can make it to the top of Kennesaw Mountain. From there enjoy views of the entire city, including Stone Mountain. Although Stone Mountain always provides breathtaking views, what's better about Kennesaw...More
I like history and battlefields. There is a good hiking trail up the mountain to see the battery installations and you can continue all the way around the mountain if you want to. We did. It's about 6 miles total. Not too hard. There is...More
This is a very cool free museum. The intro movie is a must see prior to touring the museum. I would advice wearing walking/hiking shoes so that you can take one of the numerous trails up the mountain or take the tour bus.