• The archeological remains of Fort Frederica

    Fort Frederica

    National Monument Georgia

Plan A Field Trip

Fort Frederica can offer many programs, including:

  • A 23 minute park film
  • Museum area with artifacts
  • Self guided explorations - with or without a complimentary audio tour

Programs are offered daily at 11:00 am & 2:00 pm, staff numbers permitting. Please call ahead for availability.

Reservations
Please call: (912) 638-3639 on weekdays 9:00 am - 4:30 pm.

Park can be free to educational groups who submit a fee waiver request and make reservations. Waiver must be approved prior to arrival. There is a 30 day approval period.

  • Reserved programs are made on a first-come basis.
  • Large groups are split to accommodate theatre fire regulations.
  • Groups without reservations will be admitted to the film as space permits.

Supervision
We require chaperoning of youth groups. Please protect your national park through attentive supervision.

  • No walking or climbing on the foundations.
  • Artifacts should be left where found and reported a Park Ranger.
  • No gum or food in the visitor center or historic site area.

Comfort & Safety

  • Wear comfortable clothes and good walking shoes.
  • Insect repellent is advisable.
  • Check for ticks following a visit to the park.

Facilities

  • Restrooms are within the visitor center complex.
  • Picnics: groups may blanket picnic (no tables) in the parking lot circle provided they clean their trash. Trash bags may be obtained at the visitor center.
  • Bus parking spaces are marked. Overflow parking is on the far side of lot. Parked buses MUST turn off their engines to reduce noise and pollution.

Did You Know?

John Wesley Historical Marker

John and Charles Wesley stayed in Georgia for a combined total of 18 months. Both Wesleys had difficulties with James Oglethorpe, the de facto leader of the Georgia colony. Fort Frederica National Monument, Georgia