Ft. Mose Historic Site.


Is This Your Business?

This is a historic site of a former fort used as a safe haven for former slaves. There is nothing but this long boardwalk over the marsh that goes into a wooded area that terminates into a larger decked observation area. It is so far back you can hear anyone that is approaching because there is only one way in and the long boardwalk gives you time to recover if the occasional tourist visits. During the warm months the foliage is thick and allows you cover to do anything you want.
Crowd: Guys Mid 20's to 40's.

Who's Coming

Guys Mid 20's to 40's.

Heading South on US-1. Turn Left on Saratoga Blvd. There are 2 Spanish conquistador statues on each side of the road with cannons. Saratoga is the street immediately before the statues. There is a used car lot on corner of saratoga and Ponce DeLeon Ave(US-1). There are signs for Ft. Mose Sate historic site.
Cross street: N. Ponce De Leon Ave (US-1) & Saratoga Blvd.
  • Crowd:Guys Mid 20's to 40's.
  • Hours:Sunrise to sunset. 365 days a year.
    Best times: Afternoons and Lunchtime.
    Dates open: 365 days per year
  • Cruising Info/ Tips:Make eye contact, rub crotch and make small talk.
    Cruisiest Spots: The observation deck at the end of the boardwalk.
  • Wheelchair Accessible:No
  • Warnings:Action is hit and miss but can be fun during the warm months.
    Warnings: As always be very careful although you rarely see the police don't give them a reason. Be discreet. the occasional tourist family but tourists are rare
whos coming to Ft. Mose Historic Site.
  • not a good spot in my opinion. only seen i old guy there in 3 trips.

    Commented on 7/18/2007 2:34:14 AM

  • Yes. It`s open but don`t get your hopes up. Stopped by the other day to check out the boardwalk. Met the park mgr.(he wasn`t cruising). He proceeded to tell me all the plans for the park including interactive tours etc. Will be putting in an "Iron ranger" and asking for $2.00 fee. Manager will be on site daily. Talked about eventually building a manned pay booth. The park isn`t that big or busy and we can`t handle that kind of attention. I will not be going back.

    Commented on 5/8/2007 11:55:41 AM

  • Is this place opened yet? If so, any feedback?

    Commented on 5/8/2007 5:33:05 AM

  • so where do you park now cuz it's still blocked off everytime I go? and where is the walkway?

    Commented on 1/11/2007 2:36:29 AM

  • miami guy here vistiing for a week. lemme know. im lookin 2 bust a huge nut

    Commented on 12/23/2006 7:47:41 AM

  • i haven't been since construction, but i will now. probably stop by today around 2pm

    Commented on 12/21/2006 11:54:40 AM

  • This place is back open has anyone been ??

    Commented on 12/19/2006 7:38:00 AM

  • Where is Vilano located??

    Commented on 8/6/2006 10:33:04 AM