Florida State Parks – Fort Mose

Sitting on a quiet 40 acres along Robinson and Baya Creeks, Fort Mose Historic State Park invites both introspection and reflection.

My first stop when visiting was to the museum, where I chatted with Ranger Steven Gard. Sounds over the loudspeaker brought me mentally to the 18th century settlement of Fort Mose, the tapping of metal tools and the murmur of voices providing an audio landscape of the bustling community once found on this site.

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