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Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, Kennesaw
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The historical location of a major Civil War event, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park preserves the site of a battle fought between the Union and Confederate armies on June 18, 1864. Over 5,300 soldiers died during this battle, won against all odds by the vastly outnumbered Confederate forces. Designated as one of the country's historical districts in 1966, the park contains three major battlefield areas and a visitor center, where you’ll find a museum, theater, and information desk. Stop by the theater to watch short films about the battle, or walk some of the 27 km (17 mi) of interpretative hiking trails, which are lined with earthworks, cannon emplacements, and monuments dedicated to the soldiers who fought here. Add Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park and other attractions to your Kennesaw trip itinerary using our Kennesaw family vacation planner.
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  • Me n my friends go on the weekends for the Kennesaw mountain trek. It's pretty steep. Wouldn't recommend for old people. It's less crowded in the early mornings. 
  • I've been coming here for atleast 2 years and when ever Im feeling like I need to pick it up a notch on my workouts I come here.. climbing up the mountain at first for anyone can be 1 of 2 things.. ti...  more »
  • We hiked both mountains multiple times the miles are 6 round trip and the views are splendid. I'll be back. This place is a great way to gain some elevation.