Pre-Civil War masonry coastal fort. Abundant fishing, biking and hiking as well as group picnicking, visitor center, environmental education and living history programs.
Designed in the 1860s to protect the river entrance to the surrounding seaports. The National Park Service has cleared paths around the ruins of what is considered the best preserved Civil War fort in the region.
Enjoy special events, work parties and great dining at Maryland's oldest harness-racing facility.