This is one the best preserved forts I have seen in a long time. Very beautiful. I do wish they had a little more reinactment decor so you could see what life was like then. However the cannons were very cool, and the info provided was very educational. This place was great for any history or war buff, and even those that have an affection for the past. I will tell you wear sneakers and not sandals though. And be sure to go to the museum that will tell you all about the local marine life on the seashore. This Fort is a National Park and they have several public beaches on the way to the fort. They are very clean and beautiful. Also the fee for entrance to the park is good for seven days so you can use to access the beaches for another seven days. It is also good for Johnson Beach which is also part of the National Park Seashore. Very worth it.
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