• Fort Raleigh National Historic Site

    Fort Raleigh

    National Historic Site North Carolina

News

The National Park Service makes every effort to keep the public informed about news events, accomplishments, employee recognitions, special and re-occurring events within and around the parks in the system.

The National Park Service and Eastern National publish In The Park park newspaper which provides visit planning information and contains articles on various resource-related topics. Copies of In The Park are available at all park visitor centers.

Fort Raleigh provides news releases to local and regional newspapers; current and past news releases can also be found here on the park web site.

For all press inquiries, call the park's Public Information Officer at (252) 473-2111 or by email.

 

Social Media

Fort Raleigh National Historic Site is making use of social media to connect with you. Be informed of special events, learn more about the park's fascinating stories, and share your experiences with our online communities.

 
Follow @FortRaleighNPS on Twitter to learn words from the Algonquian language, learn about special events, and stay in touch with what is going on at the park.
 
Visit our Fort Raleigh National Historic Site Facebook page and "like" us. Join the conversation and share your experiences as we post thought-provoking questions, share park photographs, delve into park stories, and keep you updated on park happenings.
 

Explore Fort Raleigh National Historic Site through the photographs available on the park's official Flickr site.

 
Follow @FortRaleighNPS on Instagram to see what is happening here throughout the year.

Did You Know?

Debry map of Virginia

The land west of the Atlantic coastline from Newfoundland to Florida was given the name Virginia by the English. The land was named for the newly discovered unspoiled land and Elizabeth I, the “Virgin Queen”.