Fort McClary State Historic Site

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Fort McClary State Historic Site


Location:2.5 miles from US 1 and the Maine Turnpike on Kittery Point Road (Route 103).
Facilities:Historic structures, picnic tables, restrooms (é). Open Memorial Day-September 30.
Special Features:Fort McClary was manned during five wars, from the American Revolution through World War I, though it saw little conflict. Its buildings represent several different periods of construction as the fort was upgraded to meet the area's defensive needs, preserving evidence of military history as well as changes in military architecture and technology.
Address:28 Oldfields Rd
South Berwick, ME 03908

Phone:207-384-5160
Web: www.maine.gov/doc/parks/programs/db_search
Size: 27 acres.

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Past the funky little downtown and the entrance to the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, turn onto Route 103 toward the Fort McClary State Historic Site.

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