Fort Tonoloway State Park
|Fort Tonoloway State Park|
|Maryland State Park|
|Area||26 acres (11 ha) |
|Management||Maryland Department of Natural Resources|
Fort Tonoloway State Park is an undeveloped Maryland state park located near present day Hancock. Fort Tonoloway was a frontier fort built in 1755 by Lt. Thomas Stoddert and men from the Maryland State Militia. The fort was also known as Stoddert's Fort. It was abandoned in 1756 when Fort Frederick was constructed.
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- State Parks Maryland Manual On-Line