This state park is a gem. There is something for the history buff; the hiker, the fisherman, the camper..............
It's quite a large park that offers a glimpse of it's history at the fort; a couple of camping areas that offer great contrasts, one being heavily wooded and the other open to sea and sky.
There's a great historic fort along with re-enactments, and a fishing pier that is top notch; and loooong!
The entrance fee is reasonable, there's plenty to see if you just want to drive around for a couple of hours. This is a great spot.
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