Fort Caswell was built on the Eastern tip of Oak Island sometime around 1827. At it's completion, the reservation extended from the Eastern tip of Oak Island the the city limits of Long Beach. It was in use during the Civil War, Spanish American, and World War 1 and 2. The Baptist State Convention now owns it and have turned it into a resort for their own personal use.

There are bunkers scattered all about the grounds, but this looks like the largest complex.

The tunnels that use to run underground don't go anywhere now- it looks like the new owners might have filled them in to prevent accidents.

There was this small path connecting two bunkers, but not much else.

The resort buildings ring the fort's original structures.

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