Fort Caroline Closed on November 2nd
Fort Caroline National Memorial including Spanish Pond will be closed to the public on Sunday November 2nd, 2014. The visitor center and trails will reopen on Monday the 3rd of November. The Theodore Roosevelt Area and Ribault Column will remain open.
Fort Caroline National Memorial
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Did You Know?
Fort Caroline National Memorial was the site of the first conflict between Europeans over land that is now part of the Continental United States. More...