A legacy of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal, Fort Clinch’s restoration was a project of the Civilian Conservation Corps. After decades of neglect, restoration of Fort Clinch buildings began in 1936.
Walk over a drawbridge, through a tunnel to travel back in time to the year 1864 at Civil War-era fort in Fernandina. See one of America’s most well-preserved 19-century fortresses.
A fantastic opportunity awaits at Fort Clinch State Park, a special once-a-year event to remember and honor veterans while experiencing a timeline of American soldiers throughout history. Browse military displays, watch firing demonstrations of vintage weapons, and interact with living historians on November 12, 2011.
A great place to be Memorial Day weekend is Fort Clinch State Park, where people can honor what this holiday was intended for and at the same time also enjoy the beach. Learn about the uniforms, weapons, vehicles and lifestyle of soldiers who were part of World War II during the 1940s.
Free salt water fishing, free rod & reels, and free hotdogs, too! Fishing fun in Fernandina.