Fort Henry

Fort Henry is often closely associated with Fort Donelson, however, the site of Fort Henry is not part of the U.S. National Park Service as is the Fort Donelson National Battlefield.  This historic area is currently part of the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area however, visitors will only find a historic marker when searching for the Fort.

In 1930, when the Tennessee River was dammed to create Kentucky Lake, the remains of Fort Henry were lost to the lake. Visitors may still find a navigation beacon, far from the Kentucky shoreline, that marks the location of the northwest corner of the former fort.

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