- Open daily year-round (Closed Thanksgiving day, Christmas day, and New Year's Day)
- Gates open sunrise to sunset daily
- April 1-October 31, 6:00 am to 9:00 pm
- November 1-March 31, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
- Handicapped accessible except for some portions of the Bartram trail
- $2.00 Adults
- $1.00 for Seniors, Disabled, Military and those on organized tour
- $1.00 children 6 - 12
- Free for children 5 and under.
- $2.00 for Boat Ramp use
- $25.00 Yearly Pass (Single & Senior
- $35.00 Yearly Pass for Family
- $150.00 Pavilion Rental All Day
- Located in the historic Grave's House Open 8 am-5 pm daily.
- Bookstore and museum featuring archaeological collections from French colonial, early American and prehistoric Indian items
- Sign in location for campground visitors
39 RV sites that include electric/water hook up, grill and picnic table.
|Recreational Vehicles & Trailers
- Base Rate $15.00
- Senior Citizens (age: 62+) $12.00
- Disabled $12.00
- R.V Monthly $350.00
- Senior R.V. Monthly $315.00
- R.V Weekly $90.00
- Senior R.V. Monthly $77.00
- Tent Users $12.00
- Additional Tents $8.00
- Organized Group Tent $6.00
- Maximum number of people per site is 8
- Maximum length of stay, in a 60-day period per COE Lease is 30 days
- Centrally located shower and bath house
- Refuse facility located at the campground entrance
- Group Camping available upon request.
Complete camping details
William Bartram Arboretum Trail
Interpretive trail through forest around the park including bridges, decks and primitive trail all the way to boat ramp.
Located within the park at the end of Jackson Park Rd (imediate left after entering main gate). Launches into the Tallapoosa River
Fort Toulouse/Jackson National Historic Site is located off Highway 231 in Wetumpka, Alabama.
Directions from I-65 (e.g., Birmingham, Mobile):
Exit on Northern Blvd. (Hwy 152, exit 173 off I-65 in Montgomery) Follow Northern Blvd east to U.S. Highway 231 north towards Wetumpka. Go approximately 8 miles; look for Lowes Home Improvement on the left. Turn left at next red light onto Fort Toulouse Road. After approximately 2.5 miles the road goes directly into Fort Toulouse National Historic Park.
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