• Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park

    Kennesaw Mountain

    National Battlefield Park Georgia

State of the Park

State of the Park Report

In 1916, the public entrusted the National Park Service with the care of our most special places – places that preserve the natural and cultural history of America for everyone to experience.

We take this responsibility seriously and want to make sure that we are doing what is necessary to protect parks for future genenrations. So, scientists and managers across the country are creating State of the Park Reports to evaluate and communicate park conditions in a clear and simple way.

Here at Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, our report provides:

  • a snapshot of the status and trend in the condition of the park's most important resources and values
  • a summary of complex scientific, scholarly, and park operations information
  • highlights of our stewardship activities and accomplishments
  • key issues and challenges facing park manager

We will use this report to guide decisions and priorities in the future. We hope you'll join us in our effort to preserve Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park.

Did You Know?

The walk from the parking area to the main area of fighting at Cheatham Hill.

Did you know that a temporary truce was called at Cheatham Hill [aka The Dead Angle] by Col. William H. Martin of the 1st Arkansas Regiment so that the dead and injured could be removed. The battle resumed once the bodies were removed.