Fort Southwest Point


1797 - 1811

Fort Southwest Point is the only fort in Tennessee being reconstructed on its original foundation. The completed sections of the fort include a barracks, a blockhouse and 250 feet of palisade walls. The fort is owned, operated, and maintained by the City of Kingston.

Fort Southwest Point was constructed in 1797 and remained a working fort through 1811 when it was deemed that soldiers were no longer needed. At its peak there were over 625 soldiers stationed here.

Directions To Fort Southwest Point

From Interstate 40 take Exit 352.  Travel 1.9 miles  on Highway 58 South. The Fort is on the hill on the right overlooking the junction of the Tennessee, Clinch, and Emory Rivers.

To Schedule Tours or for Information

Contact Fort Director Mike Woody
E-mail mikewoody@att.net
Office phone (865) 376-3641

Communities and Related Links

Fort Southwest Point Web Site

Kingston


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