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Fort McAllister Historic State Park

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Fort McAllister Historic State Park

Fort McAllister Historic State Park
Inside the fort
Location Georgia, USA
Nearest city Richmond Hill, Georgia
Area 30 acres (12 ha)
Governing body State

Fort McAllister Historic Park is a 1,725-acre (698 ha) Ogeechee River (some parts of the park border the Atlantic Ocean). The park is home to Fort McAllister, the best-preserved earthwork fortification of the Confederacy. Though the earthworks were attacked unsuccessfully seven times by Union soldiers, it did not fall until it was taken by General Sherman in 1864 during his infamous March to the Sea. The park, located on the coast, is nestled among giant live oaks and a large salt marsh. In addition, the park contains a museum specializing in Civil War artifacts. The fort was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1970.


  • Facilities 1
  • Annual events 2
  • Photos 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


  • 65 tent/trailer/RV sites
  • 7 cottages
  • 3 picnic shelters
  • Pioneer camping
  • Hiking trail - 4.3 miles of trails - One is 3.1 miles long and the other 1.2 miles long
  • Boat ramps
  • Playground

Annual events

  • 4th of July Barbecue, Picnic and Craft Show (July)
  • Fort tours
  • Labor Day and Winter Musters
  • Super Sundays


See also


External links

  • Fort McAllister Historic Park

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