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A volunteer living historian portrays a member of Colonel Wilder's Lightning Brigade
Living Historians Portray Colonel John Wilder's Mounted Infantry at Chickamauga Battlefield during the 150th Anniversary.

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  • NPS Centennial
    2016 is the 100th birthday of the National Park Service. Find out what we're doing to get ready, and look for ways that you can help!

  • Our Partners
    It takes more than just the National Park Service to care for this special place in America. Help from our non-profit partners like Friends of Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park and Friends of Moccasin Bend National Park makes many of the connections we make with our community possible. Learn more about how you can support the work of these partners here!

  • Donate
    Visitor donations provide key resources to fuel ongoing projects to preserve, protect, and interpret this special place. Find out how you can make a financial donation.

  • Work with Us
    Keep an eye out for year-round or summer seasonal positions at the park. Most seasonal hiring occurs in spring. The park also hires a variety of both paid and volunteer positions. Find out more here!

  • Volunteer
    Volunteers play a critical role in providing opportunities for visitors to connect with the park, whether serving in a visitor center, assisting staff around the park, or serving as an advocate around the community. Find out more about how you can join the thousands of volunteers who make a difference each year.

  • Planning
    As the second national park to be created, just 18 years after Yellowstone National Park, many years of planning have gone into the operation of Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park. Today, the planning process is how the public can express opinions in the management of a national park. Click here to find out if any current opportunities exist to share your voice or browse past planning documents.

  • Sustainability
    Learn what we're doing to minimize our impact on the environment, and find suggestions of how you can help.
 

Last updated: November 16, 2015

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Mailing Address:

3370 LaFayette Road
Fort Oglethorpe, GA 30742

Phone:

(706) 866-9241

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