Fort Monroe National Monument, Virginia Camping & Hiking

Fort Monroe National Monument, Virginia Camping & Hiking

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Directions

From I-64 East or West take Exit 268 (169 East Mallory St/Ft. Monroe) (Going East: Last Exit prior to Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel, going West: first Exit after it.) Top of Exit Left at light onto S Mallory St (0.1 mile). Right at 2nd light onto E Mellen St. Continue crossing a small bridge (0.6 mile). Continue straight at light (Left fork) onto Ingalls Rd (0.5 mile). Left onto Ruckman Rd towards fort Main Gate, pass through fort walls Right onto Bernard Rd, angled parking on Left (0.2 mile).

Phone

757-722-FORT (3678)

Activities

BIKING, HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING

Camping Reservations

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Hiking Trails

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Related Link(s)

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Fort Monroe National Monument Official Website

Fort Monroe National Monument Map

Fort Monroe National Monument has a diverse history spanning the American story from American Indian presence, Captain John Smith’s journeys, first arrival of enslaved Africans in English North America, a safe haven for freedom seekers during the American Civil War, and a bastion of defense for the Chesapeake Bay through the 21st Century. Visit and witness the on-going preservation work in action.

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