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Birddawg wrote a review Nov 2019
Frisco, Texas1,030 contributions108 helpful votes
Riding through the area and stopped in for a visit. Small, but nice visitor center where you can learn some history of the site and pick up a walking tour brochure. The walking tour takes you around the scenic grounds and explains about the structures. There are picnic spots if you want to eat, but nothing available on site. It's too bad one of the main structures was destroyed by vandals, but enough remains to visualize what it was like to live there. Other structures as well. I would allow a few hours. …
Date of experience: November 2019
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Tara L wrote a review Oct 2019
17 contributions11 helpful votes
Wonderful stories, appropriate for family with older elementary kids and older. Evweyone was friendly and did a great job. My son is begging to come back next year. Was worth the 3 hour one way drive to go. Hidden gem in SE Oklahoma.
Date of experience: October 2019
Ed P wrote a review Sep 2019
Spring Branch, Texas110 contributions22 helpful votes
Lots of interesting history about native american tribes, civil war and California gold rush. Some structures left. We found all the ones listed on the map. The map is a little hard to follow. The docent at the visitors center was very informative.
Date of experience: September 2019
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KEG19 wrote a review Jul 2019
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma54 contributions36 helpful votes
Very large total land area with remains of a Civil War era fort.Very well maintained grounds. Informative staff. Covered picnic tables. Civil War Cemeteries. foundations of original buildings.
Date of experience: July 2019
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James P wrote a review Apr 2019
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma93 contributions20 helpful votes
Actually very little of the Fort remains. The barracks burned a few years ago and only the walls still stand. For history buffs still a great place to go
Date of experience: October 2018