Koreshan State Historic Site

3800 Corkscrew Rd.
Estero, FL 33928- Map It
(239) 992-0311

AAA Editor Notes

Koreshan State Historic Site, US 41 at Corkscrew Rd. on the banks of the Estero River, was the site of the religious community established in 1894 when Cyrus Reed Teed and his followers, members of the Koreshan Unity, arrived from Chicago. Restored historical buildings and gardens occupy the site. Camping and canoe rentals are available; reservations are recommended. Activities and campfire programs (for campers) are offered seasonally. Special events also are held seasonally. Insect repellent is recommended. Guided tours are available. Recreational activities are permitted. Camping is permitted. Picnicking is permitted. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.
$5 (per vehicle with maximum eight people); $4 (per single-person vehicle); $2 (per person arriving by bicycle or on foot). Guided tours $2; $1 (children).
Hours: Park and settlement open daily 8-dusk. Guided tours are given daily at 10 and 2, Jan.-Mar.; Sat.-Sun. at 10, rest of year.