Plan A Field Trip
Ranger-led, curriculum-based programs are currently being offered at Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park, where history comes to life!
If you are interested in bringing your students to Chickamauga or Lookout Mountain, please choose from the following learning packets for program information.
Welcome to Learning at Chickamauga Battlefield - Information packet containing curriculum based program choices at Chickamauga.
Chickamauga Battlefield Reservation Form - Please complete this form and either scan/email or fax it to the park in order to reserve your program(s).
Welcome to Learning at Lookout Mountain - Information packet containing curriculum based program choices at Lookout Mountain.
Lookout Mountain Battlefield (Point Park) Reservation Form - Please complete this form and either email or fax it to the park in order to reserve your program(s).
**The entrance fee to Point Park is $3.00 per adult (age 16 or older). Children 15 years or younger are free. However, the park offers an academic fee waiver for educational institutions provided that the visit is for educational purposes, and the resources or facilities the group proposes to use support the curriculum related to the purpose of the park. If you are interested in obtaining an application for fee waiver for Point Park, atop Lookout Mountain, please submit the request for fee waiver application form two weeks prior to your visit along with a letter of request on institution letterhead requesting and explaining reasons for the educational visit that are relevant to the parks purpose. Please click here to download the fee waiver application.
Welcome to Learning at Moccasin Bend National Archeological District - Information packet containing curriculum based program choices at Moccasin Bend National Archeological District.
Learning in Action: Student Transportation Funding to Visit Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park
This year, Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park has received school transportation funding in order for students to visit THEIR local national park.
Any Title I school can apply for bus transportation funds. However, students visiting the park using these funds must participate in a ranger-guided program.
Once the park receives and approves your request for transportation funding, it will be sent to a local bus company. This company will arrive at your school to bring your students to the park and will take your students back to school. Since we are working with an outside company, please make the necessary arrangements 2 weeks prior to your anticipated visit. If we do not receive this form within this time-frame, it may hinder the possibilities to receive transportation assistance.
Once the form is complete, please scan and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 706-866-7981.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call Park Ranger Christopher Young at 423-752-5213 x117.
Did You Know?
In 1838, twenty-five years before he led the Confederate army defending Chattanooga, North Carolina native Braxton Bragg was part of a U.S. Army unit assigned to roundup and relocate members of the Cherokee Nation from the very area of much of the eventual Civil War Campaign for Chattanooga.