Oldest Tabby Structure in South Carolina

Fort Frederick Heritage Preserve-Port Royal

Fort Frederick over looking the Beaufort river is thought to be the oldest tabby structure in South Carolina. The six acre site recently opened to the public is located at 601 Old Fort Road.

Visitors can read the rich history on the information panels and enjoy the beauty of the natural habitat that surrounds the ruins.

The fort was listed on the National Register of historic places in 1974.

Picnic tables and parking are provided.

Fort Frederick Heritage Preserve
Information Panel

Beautiful view of the Beaufort River

Tabby Construction

Remains of the old fort

Information panels with Historic Significance of the Fort

Old Fort Plantation
Emancipation Day

Fort Monument

Leisure area

thanks for stopping by 🙂

I hope you are enjoying the beautiful sites of Coastal Georgia and South Carolina.


To continue walking stop by and visit:

Jo’s Monday Walk

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