Fort Toulouse–Fort Jackson National Historic Park

Wetumpka, Alabama

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More than 6,000 years of history await you at the Fort Toulouse–Fort Jackson National Historic Park. Located at the headwaters of the Alabama River, at the confluence of the Tallapoosa and Coosa Rivers, the area was first inhabited by nomadic hunters circa 5000 B.C., with the first true settlement established by the American Indians of the Mississippian period circa 1000 A.D. These settlers built ceremonial and residential mounds in this area.

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"More than 6,000 years of history await you at the Fort Toulouse–Fort Jackson National Historic Park. Located at the headwaters of the Alabama River, at the confluence of the Tallapoosa and Coosa Rivers, the area was first inhabited by nomadic hunters circa 5000 B.C., with the first true settlement established by the American Indians of the Mississippian period circa 1000 A.D. These settlers built ceremonial and residential mounds in this area."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Wetumpka
Campsites: 39
Season: Year-round
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Fees per Night: $12

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Jun 2018