For good cause, it is one of the most visited parks in the state.
It provides wonderful chances for hiking, fishing, camping, and picnicking.
Many lakes, streams, bathing holes, cascades, and mineral springs can be found there.
A stunning 80-acre lake with a fishery dock and a bathing beach is part of the 510-acre park.
There are over 17 miles of pathways for people to explore, and the park is a great place to see wildlife and watch birds.
It has a tonne of recreational options, both on and off the ocean.
It has a tonne of educational exhibits on significant historical events like the Trail of Tears and the fort's role as a military base.