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Fort McClary Blockhouse-Historic Site


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Fort McClary Blockhouse-Historic Site Fort McClary State Historic Site has been occupied since 1689 and for nearly 275 years was used as an important military defensive position to protect the approaches to the Piscataqua River. Fort McClary was manned during five wars:

The American Revolution
War of 1812
Civil War
Spanish-American War
World War I

Buildings and fortifications remaining on the site represent several periods of construction.


Address: Off Rt. 103 Kittery Point Road
Phone: 207-384-5160
Our Website:www.fortmcclary.org/

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Fort McClary Blockhouse-Historic Site

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