The fort is situated on a high point of Woodbury Common, at approximately 185 metres (607 ft) above sea level, in a commanding position with views up and down the Exe Estuary and across Lyme Bay in both directions. The structure is a prehistoric military type of earthwork.
- Sellman, R. R. (1985). Aspects of Devon History. Exeter: Devon Books. p. 11 (map).
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