Posted on January 26, 2016 by Andrea Six
Due to the recovery and restoration efforts at the fort after Hurricane Matthew, Fort Pulaski has cancelled the Centennial Series.
Throughout the year, Fort Pulaski will be hosting special events as a part of its Centennial Series every third Sunday of the month so visitors and locals alike can discover Savannah’s national park. This series encourages guests, travelers, and members of the local community to come out and be active in the park. Each event in the series will be designed to inspire lifelong love of the outdoors and an active, healthy lifestyle.
February 21 – Lighthouse Trail Hike
March 20 – Cockspur Island Bicycle Tour
April 17 – Baseball at Fort Pulaski
May 15 – Yoga in the Park
June 19 – Bark in the Park
July 17 – Fishing with a Ranger
August 21 – Wetlands Walk
September 18 – Kayaking with a Ranger
October 16 – Full Moon Hike
November 20 – Oystering along the Savannah
December 18 – Historic District Walk
There is a $7 entrance fee for those 16 years and older. Fort Pulaski National Monument is located on U.S. Highway 80, 15 miles east of Downtown Savannah. For more information, call Fort Pulaski at (912) 786-5787 or go to nps.gov/fopu.