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Fort Phoenix State Reservation

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The original Fort Phoenix was destroyed by the British during the Revolutionary War. The fort was later rebuilt and still has several cannon emplacements that were built for defense of the harbor. The beach area features a sandy beach, refreshment center, tennis courts, and children's playground. You can also view the fishing vessels and pleasure craft going in and out of the harbor.

Location: Green Street, Fairhaven Massachusetts 02719 Telephone 508-992-4524

Other Massachusetts State Parks nearby:
(Uxbridge) Blackstone River/Canal Heritage State Pa
(Dartmouth) Demarest Lloyd State Park
(Foxboro) F. Gilbert Hills State Forest
(Fall River) Fall River Heritage State Park
(Fairhaven) Fort Phoenix State Reservation
(Taunton) Massasoit State Park

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