Fort McClary State Historic Site

Kittery Point Road (Route 103)
Kittery, ME 03905- Map It
(207) 384-5160

AAA Editor Notes

Fort McClary State Historic Site covers 27 acres about 2 mi. e. on SR 103. The initial fortifications were erected in the early 18th century; the current blockhouse was built about 1844 and modified in the 1860s. Revolutionary and Civil War re-enactments occur on weekends in summer. Picnicking is permitted. Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.
$4; $1 (ages 5-11 and 65+). Prices may vary; phone to confirm.
Hours: Daily 10-dusk, Memorial Day-Columbus Day; daily 10-5, day after Labor Day-Columbus Day; most Sat.-Sun. 10-5, in Nov. (weather permitting).