The Fort King George Historic Site is a state park and historic site in Darien, Georgia. It preserves Fort King George, the oldest fort in all of Georgia.
Built by the British in 1721, the Fort King George Historic Site served as the southern outpost of the British Empire from 1721 to 1736. When the site was abandoned, it became a settlement known as Darien, which became noted for being a foremost export center of lumber.
Although the Fort King George Historic Site is just a reproduction of the original site, it is still filled with the information you need to get to know the area. Visitors can learn a lot through the museum and film viewings at the site, as well as the outdoor exhibits scattered around the site. There are also some nature trails at the park and canoeing and kayaking are also possible
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