HC 62, Box 213, 15 miles E on SH-199, Durant Oklahoma 74701
A 150-acre site containing the well-preserved, partially restored remains of an American Indian fort built in 1842. The fort was utilized by the Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians for protection from the Plains Indians, and by pioneers traveling westward. It was last occupied by the Confederate Army during the Civil War.
The site is open Monday-Saturday, 9am-5pm and Sunday, 1-5pm and picnicking is permitted on the grounds. Closed holidays. Located 15 miles east of Madill on SR199E. Group tours by appointment; motorcoach parking. Donations accepted.
Other History nearby:
(Tishomingo) Bank of Chickasaw National Museum
(Sherman) C.S. Roberts House
(Tishomingo) Chickasaw Council House Museum
(Hugo) Choctaw County Historical Museum
(Colbert) Colbert Historical Museum
(Ardmore) Eliza Cruce Hall Doll Museum
01/18 Coming to The Durant area
Fort Worth Show of Antiques and Art Fort Worth TX March8-9 Formerly the Dolly Johnson Antique Show, this is one of the oldest shows in Texas.
Greater Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival West Newton PA August24-September29 Jousters will compete in the Jousting Arena, while the smallest of the kingdom can enjoy their time in the New Children's Realm. Also a Pirate’s Pub and a New upscale Crafts Marketplace. Weekends only.
Dallas Greek Food Festival Dallas TX September27-29 The Greek Food Festival supports Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church's
ministries, community outreach, and youth programs.