Fort Toulouse-Fort Jackson Park

Historic Site

History is alive and well at Fort Toulouse-Fort Jackson Park where Creek Indians, French Marines and American Soldiers have all left their marks. Frequent living history programs showcase a 1751 French fort, recreated Creek Indian houses and the partially restored 1814 American Fort Jackson. A 1,000-year-old Mississippian mound overlooks the Coosa River. The William Bartram Nature Trail and the early 19th-century Graves House Visitor Center weave even more strands into this colorful tapestry of one of Alabama's most unique archaeological sites.

This historic site is operated by the Alabama Historical Commission.

For more information visit:

Fort Toulouse-Fort Jackson Park
2521 W. Fort Toulouse Rd.
Wetumpka, AL 36093
Hours of Operation
  • Park Grounds open 8AM to 5PM; Visitor Center open 9AM to 4PM.
  • $2/adult and $1/child
Accepted Payments
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French Marines at Alabama Frontier Days

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