We have visited the stone fort several times. That is a bit misleading, though it looks like a fort, it was not. Replica of a stone house that served as a trading post, church, jail and saloon. Interesting history nonetheless and we have always enjoyed visiting. The stone work is beautiful. Guides are friendly and will take the time to explain everything to you.
Situated on the beautiful SFA campus. Parking-there are only a few spots available for visitors. Good luck. Free, donations accepted.
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