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Fort King with Landmark statue
Closeup of north blockhouse
Interior view of the blockhouses
Interior view of the Fort
cannon inside the visitor center
Solider and Seminole Display inside the visitor center

 

Welcome to the Fort King National Historic Landmark



COVID-19 Information 

The Fort King Visitor Center is now open on a limited basis beginning Friday, Aug. 14. Hours of operation are Fridays and Saturdays, noon to 5 p.m. 

In accordance with current recommended health guidelines, only five visitors at a time will be allowed inside the visitor’s center. All guests must wear a face covering while inside the visitor's center and adhere to a physical distance of six feet apart. 

For questions or concerns, please call (352) 368-5533.


Hours

The park is open seven days a week from sunrise to sunset or 7 p.m. (whichever comes first). The Visitor Center is open Tuesdays – Fridays, Noon-5 p.m. and Saturdays, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Closed on Sundays and Mondays. 

Amenities

Park amenities include a reconstructed fort, the Visitor Center complete with Fort King and Florida history, a library, video viewing and artifacts found across the site. There is also a Heritage Teaching Garden, an interpretive trail that descends from the top of the hill (where the fort stands) to the Seep Spring and down through a ravine that includes both foreign and native plant and tree species. Pack a lunch and make some memories at one of our picnic facilities. Group visits of ten or more should call Fort King to schedule. Arrangements can be made to see the site for persons with mobility issues. 

Fort King Heritage Association

For more information on the Fort King National Historic Landmark and the Fort King Heritage Association, please visit: www.ftking.org

 

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Fort King National Historic Landmark

3925 E. Fort King St., Ocala, FL 34470

(352) 368-5533

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