then this is the place for you! I've been twice and am now planning my third trip there. It is beautifully maintained and the park workers are very helpful and knowledgeable. The visitor center has a stunning collection and all you need to orient yourself before heading into the park. My husband and I are active so we walked all... 更多
My husband and I love to walk around the Chickamauga National Military Park. We have spent many hours looking at the monuments and walking through the woods. It is cooler in the woods on a hot day and you can take a picnic lunch with you. We have taken the grand-kids with us and spent hours wandering around.
We had a great time, park is beautiful ranger even directed us to monument we were looking for to chase down our relatives camp sight in the afternoon deer where everywhere if for no other reason go check out the deer cant wait to go again
I would definitely recommend the battlefield tour cd. It explains the significance of various locations around the park. It certainly helped me visualize the actions and reactions that took place.
This park provides an interesting drive through Civil War history, as well as ample locations to see deer and Pokemon. Don't miss the Junior Ranger program for elementary age kids, and there's a tall tower monument where you can get a great view of the area from the top. Appears to be a popular spot for locals to exercise and... 更多
So much to see in one day! If you are a history buff, start early and plan on spending the day. Definitely start at the Chickamauga visitors center. I HIGHLY recommend taking the auto tour with the Park Ranger Lee White. This man has so much knowledge about the history here and a way of presenting it that it literally... 更多
C and C is one of the most reflective fields of combat on this continent; where once citizens fought for ideology, economics and independent government now are sleepy fields, wandering creeks and dense woods. Not only was it a field of contest, it was a field of reconciliation in the aftermath. The battlefield evolved into a military instillation during the... 更多
We had planned to make a quick stop on our way home from Chattanooga and ended up staying for a couple of hours. There were reenactors on site which really appealed to our grandsons, ages 5 and 8. They were able to get their Junior Park Ranger badges and learn about life during the Civil War. We all had a... 更多
This Park is really beautiful any time of the year, but my favorite is in the Spring. With all the different types of trees there is so much life in the Park...there are deer roaming almost all the time and I've never been disappointed about seeing so many....It's a Beautiful place for family photos and picnics along with all the... 更多
I went to ride my bicycle around the battlefield loop (7.5 miles) and soak up some history at the same time. The visitors center has parking, restrooms, gift shop, and a museum. The driving, or in my case bike, loop is well marked and easy to follow. There are written historic markers along the route, but you can also use... 更多