Fort Frederick State Park

Cornerstone of Maryland's frontier defense during the French and Indian War, the 250-year-old fort has been restored. Military re-enactments, living history programming on special event weekends.
Aerial view of Fort Frederick State Park Photo
Cornerstone of Maryland's frontier defense during the French and Indian War, the 250-year-old fort has been restored. Military re-enactments, living history programming on special event weekends.

Hours

Apr-Oct: 8am-sunset
Nov-Mar: 10am-sunset.

Location

11100 Fort Frederick Rd
Big Pool MD 21711
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Rated 4 by JenniferGAbra

August 29, 2020

JenniferGAbra

Quick visit

Me and my son took a quick trip to visit this gem. None of the buildings were open and you could not get into the fort but you could see alot. This place is beautiful and alot of history. A big issue...

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Rated 4 by Gene R J

August 06, 2020

Gene R J

Visit to rural Fort Frederick State Park in time of Covid 19.

We drove 30 miles northwest from Antietam National Battlefield to visit this remote French & Indian Fort built in 1757. The restored 4 star 'Vauban design' contains 2 barracks once used for area...

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Rated 3 by brandon3295

July 22, 2020

brandon3295

Neat fort

Was a quick stop but how neat was it to check out this fort. To walk on the grounds inside the fort was quite an experience. I certainly enjoyed visiting this site.

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