Fort Mitchell Historic Site
Fort Mitchell Historic Site is a park and an archaeological site in Fort Mitchell, Alabama, Russell County Alabama, that was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1990. The park features a reconstruction of the 1813 stockade fort that was an important United States military post in the Creek War, a museum with exhibits about the fort’s history, and a collection of historic carriages, a restored 19th-century log home, and a visitor center.
The Chattahoochee Indian Heritage Center has a ceremonial flame memorial to the Creek nation. Interpretive panels recount the history of the Creek War of 1836 and the subsequent forced removal of the Creek peoples along the Trail of Tears. The memorial is located adjacent to Fort Mitchell Historic Site.
The site also features historic burial grounds.
Fort Mitchell, AL 36856