"This is, perhaps, one of the most eligible situations for a city in the world; a level plain between the conflux of two majestic rivers . . ."  ---William Bartram, American naturalist (1775) 

What to See and Do: see an AD1100 Mississippian Indian mound, experience the 1751 French Fort Toulouse replica and nearby replicas of Creek-style houses, explore a partial recreation of the earthworks of the 1814 Fort Jackson, enjoy our recreational facilities, and bird watch on the William Bartram Nature Trail.

The gift shop, located inside the Visitor Center, carries a selection of souvenirs and books on Creek Indian, French colonial, and early American history.

There is also a 39-unit RV campground with select sites for group camping and a boat launch on the Tallapoosa River. For more information on camping at Fort Toulouse please call 334-567-3002.

The park grounds are accessible to individuals with physical disabilities but there are areas of rough terrain. For more information please call 334-567-3002.


Park Grounds: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, daily

Visitor Center: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, daily.


Living History Programs: French & Indian War Encampment in April, Alabama Frontier Days in November, monthly programs