1. Gary Standke

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    We thought we could do this in a morning, and had to leave seeing only half of it. First the great visitors center with lots of cool stuff. Then a garden, massive in size with the crops which would be grown in the 1800’s. Then there is the fort with multiple buildings reconstructed and an audio program which explains it all. Spent a long time with the blacksmiths discussing equipment, techniques, metals, and all the other details of doing their craft a long way from anywhere. Reviewed all the supplies with the docent in the trade house and then on the fur house with hundreds of different furs. We never got into all the historic homes outside the fort. We will be back.

  2. Greg Ross

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    Really a cool place to check out if your history buff like me before it is awesome amateur eBay give you is also pretty cool

  3. Laura McMullin

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    Was able to spend all day exploring around this park.

  4. A Google User

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    A great historical resource so close to the city. Some great demonstrations depending on when you visit. I especially recommend the blacksmith shop when it’s in action and, if you can catch an old time baseball game during the summer, do so.

  5. A Google User

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    Fun and educational. The rangers enjoy sharing the Fort’s story!