This is spot where Macon was founded.
Fort Hawkins was a fort built in 1806-1810 in the historic Creek Nation by the United States government under President Thomas Jefferson and used until 1824.
Admission is - currently - free. There is plenty of paved parking and a very nice office.
Yes thee is a large locked fence around the fort - but it is OPEN during its business hours - just go in the office and the very nice staff will give you a guided tour.
I found the staff to be very nice and this to be a fun stop.
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