Gulf Islands National Seashore tells the stories of people who have been drawn to the northern Gulf Coast for hundreds of years. From the Spanish, to the French, and British colonizers who fought for control of the region. From U.S. Army engineers and enslaved men who built brick-and-mortar forts to the American citizens who find inspiration, rejuvenation, and adventure in their largest national seashore.
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Last updated: April 11, 2018