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Reply C. David Stoddard
2:20 PM on December 7, 2017 
Found the park this morning before heading to the airport for my flight home. It's a gem! Thank you for preserving this hallowed ground on which the events that transpired had such a profound impact on the Atlanta Campaign.
Reply JamisonFrucT
7:43 AM on December 5, 2017 
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Reply JamesBrece
3:29 AM on November 9, 2017 
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Reply Robert Hubbard
2:55 PM on October 27, 2017 
My gg grandad was in this battle. He was part of mcCooks raid around Atlanta. He was 4th tennessee cavalry company C. He was captured at philspot ferry just southwest of the battle and sent to Andersonville.
Reply Linda Spaulding
11:23 PM on April 12, 2016 
I just discovered that my great great grandfather was captured during the battle at Browns Mill. I am very interested in learning more about this battle.
Reply Nan Warren
10:15 PM on August 17, 2015 
Good job!! Glad to see this type of community involvement to save a Historic site!

Next time you have a re-enactment will try to come up from Florida!
Reply Carolyn S Turner
12:17 PM on March 13, 2015 
Pat Forrester says...
Why does the sign read "no exercising dogs?" Does that mean dogs are allowed in the park, but they may not do anything that gets their heart rate up? Or are they not allowed? I assume helper dogs would be allowed as an accommodation for the disabled. Is this a state park? Who owns this land?


I tried to answer you last October but got no reply, so I wonder. Trying again.
The park is a "county park", and the county does not allow pets on any park or recreation area that is maintained by the them. The problem is always "the clean up" after animals when the owners do not act responsibly and expect someone else to clean up their nasty DROPPINGS.
This is not a state park. Chattahoochee Bend State Park is the last park that the state would take on.
There is only 1 trail that is ADA accessible, and we hope that anyone who brings an animal to assist them will clean up after their pet.
Reply Carolyn Turner
9:23 AM on January 17, 2015 
Pat Forrester,
Please give me a call at 770-253-8264 for an answer to your question.
Carolyn
Reply Pat Forrester
2:48 PM on October 27, 2014 
Why does the sign read "no exercising dogs?" Does that mean dogs are allowed in the park, but they may not do anything that gets their heart rate up? Or are they not allowed? I assume helper dogs would be allowed as an accommodation for the disabled. Is this a state park? Who owns this land?
Reply Dan Loftin
6:05 PM on July 19, 2011 
Keep up the good work. Looking forward to many good days in the park.