• The archeological remains of Fort Frederica

    Fort Frederica

    National Monument Georgia

National Park Week, April 21-29, Features Free Admission. Junior Ranger Day Activities on April 28th

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Date: April 17, 2012
Contact: Denise Spear, 912-638-3639
Contact: Ellen Strojan, 912-638-3639

The National Park Service is pleased to announce free admission to all National Parks during National Park Week, April 21-29. In conjunction with National Park Week, Fort Frederica National Monument is celebrating Junior Ranger Day on April 28th with special hands-on programs featuring both history and the environment.

Superintendent Mary Beth Wester is pleased to welcome visitors to participate in Fort Frederica's activities on Saturday April 28th.  At 11:00 am, a costumed Park ranger will conduct a hands-on musket drill so visitors can experience the life of a soldier during colonial times. At 2:00 pm there will be a reading of Dr. Seuss's The Lorax, followed by craft time which includes planting marigolds in the park's demonstration garden. In celebration of Junior Ranger Day all children are encouraged to participate in Fort Frederica's award-winning Junior Ranger Program, which is also available at all times throughout the year by request at the park's visitor center.

Did You Know?

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More than half the total acreage of Fort Frederica National Monument is marshland. In 18th century Georgia, people refered to marshy areas as "savannahs". Fort Frederica National Monument, Georgia