• The Battle Scarred Walls of Fort Pulaski

    Fort Pulaski

    National Monument Georgia

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  • No Cannon Demonstrations on October 4, 2014

    All historic weapons demonstrations have been cancelled for Saturday, October 4, 2014. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Places To Go

Picnic area

Picnic Area
Come enjoy Fort Pulaski National Monument's picnic grounds. Both covered and outdoor area let you and your family sit back and relax on beautiful Cockspur Island.

 
Battery Hambright

Battery Hambright
Explore Battery Hambright, built to protect the entrance of the Savannah River in the late 19th century during the Spanish-American War.

 
John Wesley Memorial

John Wesley Memorial
Landing on Cockspur Island in 1736, John Wesley is said to have preached his first sermon in the new world nearby. Today, a monument stands to honor his passing through Cockspur Island.

 
Fort Pulaski Visitor Center
Visitor Center
Start your visit at the park visitor center. See the park film "The Battle for Fort Pulaski," and learn more about Fort Pulaski through the park's displays and collections.
 
Brick ruins of construction village
Construction Village
Look closely for remnants of Fort Pulaski's construction village used from the late 1820s through the 1880s. You can view the ruins of ovens, cisterns, and other stonework dispersed along the park trails.
 
Small cemetary next to fort
Cemetery
View the small cemetery located next to Fort Pulaski. The final resting spot of several soldiers from the early to mid-19th century.

Did You Know?

Cockspur Island Bridge

The bridge connecting McQueens Island and Cockspur Island was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1938. Fort Pulaski National Monument, Georgia