|Territory||Isthmus of Chignecto|
|Major Waterways||Northumberland Strait|
|Size||?? sq km / ?? sq mi|
This fort was built in the mid-eighteen century and became a historical attraction in its later years. Stone barracks still stand, their construction intended to withstand centuries and cannons. The foundations of other buildings remain, though their wooden parts have rotted. Many of the buildings made completely of wood have fallen to ruin; the fort's stone-walled museum still stands, although the roof has collapsed. Much of the surrounding area consists of low, rolling hills and remains devoid of extensive tree growth.