You can download and print off your own copy of a map of Kennesaw Mountain NBP by clicking on the icons below. *Adobe Reader is required. If you do not have the free software, please download and install it on your computer.
Maps includes one way and loop distances. Any other trails that are not shown on this map are NOT
legal trails thus should not be traveled upon.
*Section maps were designed and generously donated by Mr. Larry Knight.
||Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park now has a Google Earth map that can be downloaded and viewed using the Google Earth program.
The map allows you to view an abundant amount of information about Kennesaw Mountain and its history. You can view not just the hiking trails, streams, and horse trails but also loads of information about the Civil War battle itself including where individual conflicts took place, Confederate and Federal unit positions, and the positions of artillery and fortifications used during the battle.
To view the map you will need to . To download the Kennesaw Mountain Google Earth Map, click on the link and click "Save" when prompted.
Burn while you learn!
The Kennesaw Mountain Calorie Counter allows visitors to be aware of the calories they are burning while learning about historic landmarks on our hiking trails.You are provided with a map of the park, an estimate of calories burned, time and distances for hiking trails, and educational guidelines. Copies are available online (click the icon on the left) and the Visitor Center.