Fort Mott Soldier’s Weekend
|September 23, 2017 - September 24, 2017|
|10:00 am - 5:00 pm|
Fort Mott invites re-enactors and visitors to the 13th Annual Historic Solders Weekend! Join them and take a walk through history.
Come for the event and support Historic Fort Mott.
About Fort Mott
Located in Pennsville, New Jersey, Fort Mott State Park is the site of a former U.S. Army coastal defense fort. Established in 1896, Fort Mott was built to strengthen the defenses of the Delaware River. Fort Mott consisted of five gun batteries ranging in size from 3-inch rapid fire guns to the massive 12-inch rifles on disappearing carriages which could fire a thousand pound projectile 9 miles down river. An army base until 1944, Fort Mott now provides recreational activities as well as historic structures and fortifications. The shoreline offers good spots for walking and picnicking. The park’s museum and welcome center is located in the former Ordnance Building which provides local and site specific displays. A seasonal passenger ferry provides service to Fort Delaware on Pea Patch Island.
Fort Mott is open to the public year round. They welcome visitors and families to attend Historic Soldiers Weekend free of charge.
Re-Enators, Vendors & Volunteers
To make your historic display set-up day easier for you; pre-registered groups & units can arrive at Fort Mott and begin set-up on the 26th after 1:00 pm.
There will be WWII 9th Division “Go Devils” on site to guide you to your camp location and where to park your vehicle when you arrive. Additional updates will be sent after your pre-registration has been received and accepted your unit/group.
Please contact them with any questions.
454 Fort Mott Rd. Pennsville, NJ 08070