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Fort Fisher

State Recreation Area - North Carolina

Fort Fisher State Recreation Area located near Kure Beach in New Hanover County, North Carolina. It includes Fort Fisher, site of a major naval engagement during the American Civil War. The recreation area also served as a home for the Fort Fisher Hermit, Robert Harrill. Harrill lived in a bunker and shared his beliefs about "common sense" with thousands of visitors every year while surviving on what he could gather from the surrounding salt marsh and oyster beds. Today, the recreation area consists of the remains of the earthen Fort Fisher and a museum at Fort Fisher State Historic Site, an oceanfront beach pavilion, a large lagoon popular with windsurfers, and a long stretch of beach that is accessible only by four-wheel drive vehicles.

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Fact Sheet of Fort Fisher State Recreation Area (SRA) in North Carolina. Published by North Carolina State Parks.Fort Fisher - Fact Sheet

Fact Sheet of Fort Fisher State Recreation Area (SRA) in North Carolina. Published by North Carolina State Parks.

Visitor Map of Fort Fisher State Recreation Area (SRA) in North Carolina. Published by North Carolina State Parks.Fort Fisher - Map

Visitor Map of Fort Fisher State Recreation Area (SRA) in North Carolina. Published by North Carolina State Parks.

Guide to North Carolina State Parks. Published by North Carolina State Parks.North Carolina - North Carolina State Parks

Guide to North Carolina State Parks. Published by North Carolina State Parks.

Fort Fisher SRA https://www.ncparks.gov/fort-fisher-state-recreation-area https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Fisher_State_Recreation_Area Fort Fisher State Recreation Area located near Kure Beach in New Hanover County, North Carolina. It includes Fort Fisher, site of a major naval engagement during the American Civil War. The recreation area also served as a home for the Fort Fisher Hermit, Robert Harrill. Harrill lived in a bunker and shared his beliefs about "common sense" with thousands of visitors every year while surviving on what he could gather from the surrounding salt marsh and oyster beds. Today, the recreation area consists of the remains of the earthen Fort Fisher and a museum at Fort Fisher State Historic Site, an oceanfront beach pavilion, a large lagoon popular with windsurfers, and a long stretch of beach that is accessible only by four-wheel drive vehicles.

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