If you are planning to visit this National Historic Site, please take a few minutes when you arrive to watch the short film found in the Visitor's Office where the park rangers offices are located. This puts everything into perspective and allows you to get a sense of the importance of this site in our American history. Another suggestion, bring your National Park Passport so it can be stamped at the front desk. (If you don't have one, get one at this office). The park is beautiful, clean and free (unless you care to leave a donation). We're so glad we took a few minutes to visit. Now I know why it was called Star Fort.
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