The park rangers were very informative about the fort, its history, and particularly what happened during the Civil War with this fort. It doesn't hurt that the fort itself is fairly beautiful with a great view all around it. I learned a lot. I really enjoyed the musket firing demonstration and the random information the man shared about the life of a soldier during those times. We ended up spending 2 1/2 hours there and the only downside was my wife got sunburned because we thought it would only last an hour or so.
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