• The Battle Scarred Walls of Fort Pulaski

    Fort Pulaski

    National Monument Georgia

Your Park Photos

Do you have an interesting photo or image of your visit to Fort Pulaski? Have you captured Cockspur Island's natural beauty on film, or taken an exciting shot of a cannon firing? Well, Fort Pulaski would like to showcase your photos.

If your interested in seeing your photo on Fort Pulaski's official website, please send us photos with your name, date it was taken, and a brief description. The photos will then be placed in a special album highlighting your visit to Fort Pulaski. Your images may also be utilized throughout the website. All photos will be used with the express written consent of the photographer and will not be used for any commercial purposes.

You can email images directly to the park at Email, or by sending images on a CD:

C.O. Joel Cadoff
Fort Pulaski NM
P.O. Box 30757
Savannah, GA 31410

Did You Know?

Caretaker's house atop Fort Pulaski

In the late 19th century caretakers of the fort lived in a two-story wooden frame house atop Fort Pulaski's massive walls. Caretakers later planted the two large pecan trees and fig tree seen inside the fort. Fort Pulaski National Monument, Georgia