Fort Meigs State Memorial Park

Fort Meigs, the largest reconstructed wooden-walled fort in America, successfully defended Ohio during the War of 1812. Two battles were fought here during the spring and summer of 1813. A reconstruction of the original fort and a visitors' center and museum help tell the story of this National Historic Landmark. Reenactments, special events, and activities take place all year.


Fort Meigs State Memorial Park (Get Directions) 29100 W. River Rd. P.O. Box 3 Perrysburg, OH 43551 419.874.4121419.874.4121 | http://www.fortmeigs.org/


Fort Meigs gets its name from Ohio governor Return J. Meigs, who supplied General William Henry Harrison with supplies and troops during the War of 1812. Located along the Maumee River in Perrysburg, Ohio, the 65-acre park includes a to-scale replica of the original 1813 fort.

Rates and Pricing:

  • Adults - $8.00
  • Seniors (60+) - $7.00
  • Students - $4.00
  • Age 5 & Under - FREE
  • Ohio History Connection members - FREE
  • Reduced rates available November - March
  • Rates vary for special events
  • Students - $3.00
  • Chaperones - $3.00
  • Teachers - FREE


Hours:
Wednesday - Saturday: 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sunday: 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays

Reduced rates available November - March

Rates vary for special events

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