Fort Edward National Historic Site, Windsor

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  • A shadow of it's formal self, but still an important part of history. Originally an outpost to protect Windsor settlers and merchants, during the first world war this fort along with training grounds ...  more »
  • Many years we have played this place...running up and down the hill sides, collecting berries on the lower banks and watching the traffic go by. The fort is small but still speaks of times we know not...  more »
  • What remains of this fort is interesting to see. The blockhouse is the oldest one in all of North America and you can go upstairs. I thought it funny that there is a plaque on the front honoring one o...  more »
  • The oldest Block house in Canada! Free to visit, wonderfull spot for a picnic
  • This has North America's oldest blockhouse from a military fort. The other buildings and palisades are long gone. A walking path (1km) surrounding it. View of the St.Croix and Avon rivers. Interesting history, including notes on the expulsion of the Acadians. An important fort during the Seven Years War, American Revolution and War of 1812.