• Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park

    Kennesaw Mountain

    National Battlefield Park Georgia

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  • Parking Lots and Mountain Road Closing Early

    On April 15, 16, and 17, 2014, the Visitor Center parking lot is closing at 5:30 and the mountain road is closing at 4 pm. Visitors are encouraged to use the overflow parking lot and the mountain trail to access the top of the mountain.

Volunteer

Volunteering at Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park is a great way to help support your park and preserve a historic and natural treasure of the National Park Service. A variety of activities that are vital to the operation of Kennesaw Mountain are performed by volunteers. As a volunteer, you can do anything from greeting visitors at the visitor center, to clearing trails, to assisting in historic demonstrations. People of all ages can volunteer, those under the age of 18 must submit a parental approval form.

For more information on volunteering with Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park,
please e-mail us.

Opportunities for Kids

We encourage youth groups of all kinds to volunteer their time at Kennesaw Mountain.

A wide variety of projects are available for group volunteer activities, if you have a specific type of project in mind, contact us and we will do our best to accommodate your groups needs.

Past projects include:

  • Cleaning park signs
  • Litter control
  • Bench construction
  • Trail maintenance
  • Invasive plant removal


The Kennesaw Mountain Trail Club

KEMO Trail Corps is a volunteer organization designed to assist with trail maintenance at Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield.

Workdays will tentatively be held the second Saturday of each month. Meet in the maintenance area at 8:30 am.

For more information please visit our website , email us or inquire at the Visitor Center.

 

Did You Know?

The walk by the earthworks leads to the Dead Angle of Cheatham Hill where the fiercest fighting occurred.

Today Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield preserves the locations of and commemorates the major events associated with the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain. It is the only National Park Service property that commemorates the Atlanta Campaign.