Chickamauga Battlefield features a 7 mile self-guiding auto tour, monuments, historical tablets, hiking trails and horse trails. The Chickamauga Battlefield Visitor Center contains exhibits and the Fuller Gun Collection which contains over 300 examples of military long arms.
For groups or individuals wishing to hike certain distances and learn along the way, 45 miles of designated hiking trails are available.
Source: National Park Service
Trail length: 0 miles
Posted by JohnH on April 4, 2012
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Reviews of Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park
Reviewed by Roadrunner87 on January 16, 2015
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I've lived in Dalton all of my life and this is still my absolute favorite place in the world to go. The drive your is great, but the hiking is even better. Most of the hike strolls along level ground through the woods past memorials and battle fields. I've gone here all off life and I still haven't seen all there is to see here. The museum, visitor's center, and gift shop are a must see either before you enter or before you leave the park. If you love the Civil War then this is the place for you.
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On March 9, 2013 I headed North to Chickamauga Battlefield. I had passed the signs for nearly 3 years and was never curious enough to see what they had to offer. It is a free of charge park and has a Visitor Center that is impressive. It even has a gift shop and they offer live enactments all throughout the year so google the schedule for their activites. Anyone that remotely is interested in civil war history will have a blast here. They have set up the park to be a 7 mile museum with statues and kiosk and a visitor center that is equipped to teach anything about the history of Chickamauga Battle. It is so spread out and the park is multi-use so you can mountain bike, horseback ride, drive or hike the heavily wooded trails in a 7 mile loop.
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