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It's a pretty easy hike to the top of Kennesaw Mountain for anyone reasonably in shape. Coming down the smaller mountain is a bit harder. Lots of interesting stops to read about the battle on the way up/down. With the flat sections of the park,...More
My husband and I visited the Kennesaw Battlefield Museum on a day of cold, drenching rain. We did not get to visit any of the park, spending all our time in the Visitor Center. We were lucky because they just reopened the museum, after updating...More
We were disappointed that the visitor center was closed for remodeling. Parking here is awful, it's hard to get in and out of. The lanes are very narrow with limited amount. If you do find parking, it's worth the hassle, because the hiking is beautiful...More
For those who don't know, there was a famous battle here at Kennesaw Mountain in the American Civil War. The rebels fortified this mountain and when the Union soldiers attacked it they got whipped. So they thought it over and just walked around it and...More
What a beautiful hike to the top of the mountain! I see a few complaining reviews about not getting to drive up to the top but I just loved the walk. And the views from the top are amazing. If you wanna get into the...More
We were disappointed to find that we couldn't drive to the top on a weekend. It's only allowed on weekdays due to limited parking at the top. This isn't mentioned on their website. We were on an extremely tight schedule and couldn't wait for the...More
I forgot all about how busy it can be on a weekend. Since the museum has been temporarily closed, everybody seemed to be headed up the mountain. Some even jogging. Some feat as the trail can be fairly steep and rocky in places. What i...More
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
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They way I would recommend because I see you are from out of state, would be to take Barrett Parkway and head West. If you are headed North from Atlanta on 75N, take Barrett Parkway which is exit 269. Take that exit and turn... More
They way I would recommend because I see you are from out of state, would be to take Barrett Parkway and head West. If you are headed North from Atlanta on 75N, take Barrett Parkway which is exit 269. Take that exit and turn left. Stay near the left lane and go about 3.3 miles. Watch for the Brown National park sign and turn left onto old hwy 41 and it will be down on you right, can't miss it.