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We stopped here to kill some time on a road trip. We were the only ones present at the time so the kids had fun running around and checking out all the buildings. Good views of the backwater and tons of fiddler crabs. Bring bug...More
This is a great place to stop if on a road trip, fort is about 8-10 minutes off the highway. Was a great place for a picnic and to let the kids burn off some energy. They have plenty to explore and the demonstration was...More
Bring Bug Spray!!!
The was in the middle of nowhere, nearly no signposting on the route we came by, A great find, really interesting, great to visit this fort a small piece of English History. It has been recreated with great detail. The Museum is...More
Little known part of American History comes to life in this excellent presentation of the past early settlement of the region. Ranging from 3000BC to modern time. There is also a nice hiking trail for people with dogs who are welcome. And I believe it...More
The old fort ( rebuilt ) looks like a large three story barn with holding cells & storage on the ground level The upper two levels have sleeping areas as well as gun & cannon ports in the walls. The wooden walls around the yard...More
We had a great time walking around the property where the fort has been reconstructed. The buildings are super interesting especially the Blockhouse. I have to say it was a little unnerving to be on guard for alligators. But otherwise the visit was really very...More