• Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park

    Kennesaw Mountain

    National Battlefield Park Georgia

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  • Increased Traffic Expected June 26, 2014 through June 29, 2014

    Local residents and commuters should expect increased traffic around Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park in relation to the 150th Anniversary programming in the park. More »

  • Parking Lot Closures June 26, 2014 through June 29, 2014

    Several parking lots including the Visitor Center, the Mountain Top, and the Cheatham Hill parking lots will be closed to visitors June 26, 2014 through June 29, 2014. More »

Brochures

Welcome to Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park. Before you visit, get a jumpstart on how to get around the park and the places most important to you during your stay.These are printable color copies of the official park brochure. If you need directions, please refer to the "Directions" page. You may download a detailed trail map from our "Maps and Trails" page, which may come in handy as you enjoy your journey on some of our 18 miles of interpretive walking trails.

If the image link is not working, you can download the brochure here: Kennesaw Mountain NBP Brochure
Document Specifications:
front & back, 2-pages, full color, 6.86MB file size

Kennesaw Mountain NBP Brochure (FRONT page) - 3.39MB File Size

Kennesaw Mountain NBP Brochure (BACK page) - 3.71MB File Size

*Adobe Reader is required. If you do not have the free software, please download and install it on your computer. Due to the slow transfer rates on our website, the files can take several minutes to download, especially on a slow connection. For a better method of download, right click on the brochure icon or text links and select "Save Target As..." to choose a location to download the brochure files.

Did You Know?

Untouched, protected earthworks at Cheatham Hill.

The Napoleon 12-pound smoothbore cannon was probably the most effective cannon used in the Civil War. Named after Emperor Napolean III of France, it was used extensively by both the Union and Confederate forces. Soldiers liked its reliability and its sturdiness.