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Peaceful grounds

We drove out here to look at the battlefield. The scale of the battlefield is unbelievable and the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Middleville, Michigan
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There was a lot of information and it was all very well presented. It was amazing to stand where... read more

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Cassie F
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America's first and largest military park is located just over the border from Tennessee.
Lafayette Road, 1 mile south of Hwy 2 & Hwy 27 intersection, Fort Oglethorpe, GA 30742
+1 423-821-7786
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We drove out here to look at the battlefield. The scale of the battlefield is unbelievable and the actual closeness of some of the firing lines is shocking. The monuments and markers are beautifully carved and sculpted. We were there during a drizzly midweek evening...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

There was a lot of information and it was all very well presented. It was amazing to stand where you knew was once a fierce sight. Our young children even found interest. They also enjoyed being outside in real history. The Wilder tower was their...More

Thank Cassie F
Reviewed 18 August 2018

While the battle that took place at Chickamauga was a win for the Confederates it in fact marked a turning point in the war as the Union side followed it up with a win inn Chattanooga which set the stage for Sherman's march through Georgia....More

Thank John B
Reviewed 15 August 2018

Were sorry we didn't have longer to spend here. It was well worth the time that we had here though. It is a valuable historical place and even the family members that weren't really in to history enjoyed their visit. We would love to come...More

Thank Vacationrare
Reviewed 13 August 2018 via mobile

The last war that America itself has waged. It is a valuable historical place that is very respectfully maintained and maintained by volunteers. Highly recommended to not forget what others have done for our freedom.

Thank RNBE
Reviewed 8 August 2018

Although we only had a brief visit, we enjoyed the visitor center which included a film and gift shop. What carnage occur in wars! We also enjoyed driving through the many roads in this battlefield. I wish we had the time to do the ranger...More

Thank Tucker50
Reviewed 5 August 2018

The Park Rangers/staff really have their act together. They are very helpful. Was there Saturday and being the weekend there were several programs available. I attended the "What it was liked to be a Soldier". The ranger really brought a personnel touch to the 20...More

Thank Brad H
Reviewed 4 August 2018

Chickamauaga and Chattanooga National Military Park has several areas in northwestern Georgia and southeastern Tennessee. I visited the Chickamauga Battlefield and Point Park. Both areas have their own tour route. For Chickamauga, this is a driving tour, at Point Park it is a walking tour....More

Thank Karla G
Reviewed 2 August 2018

This park has really been updated since I went there 30+ years ago. They really keep up the grounds, lots of deer to watch play, new construction throughout the park. I really enjoyed the peaceful ride through the park. Getting out to walk up the...More

Thank James M
Reviewed 28 July 2018

We went there on a hot July day. Chattanooga was known as “the Gateway to the Deep South.” The 1863 campaign for Chattanooga was the second bloodiest during the Civil War. After watching a rather graphic short documentary at the Visitor Center, we went on...More

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6 June 2017|
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Response from Jef N | Reviewed this property |
In three hours you could see a few of the main attractions, such as Wilder Tower and Snodgrass hill. The park is about 30 minutes from Chattanooga.
6 June 2017|
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Response from Philip W | Reviewed this property |
I was there in January and spent about 3 hours in the park.. t is possible to spend a lot more time, but 3 hours gave plenty of time to see the park and reflect upon what went on here. Stop at the visitor's center to get... More
28 May 2017|
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Response from Jef N | Reviewed this property |
Yes, but you have to clean up after them.