fort pulaski savannah, GA: Historic Tours, Biking & FishingJust 10 miles east of Tybee Island and 20 minutes from downtown Savannah, Fort Pulaski offers a plethora of outdoor recreation. For those looking to explore the sights, there are biking & hiking nature trails, kayaking, bird watching and amazing photo ops. Go fishing and catch dinner along the banks of the Savannah River on and around Cockspur Island, or just enjoy the great outdoors. Take a tour of Fort Pulaski National Monument, a large-scale outdoor exhibit, to follow in the footsteps of great generals and engineers during the Civil War. Declared a National Monument by President Calvin Coolidge in 1924, Fort Pulaski was originally built to defend the port city of Savannah from foreign attacks and invasion. Whatever your interests may be, spend a day on Fort Pulaski for a historic adventure that outdoor enthusiast will enjoy.
Prices -Adults: $7, Youth under 15 is Free.
Hours -Open daily from 9 am to 5 pm. The Visitor Center is open 9:30 am to 4:30 pm.
- Park Day 2017
- Veterans Day Weekend
- Junior Ranger Day
- Fort Pulaski National Monument's 92nd Birthday
- Memorial Day Celebration
- Super Museum Sunday
- Bird Watching