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Fort Richardson State Park includes seven of the original buildings which have been restored: the post hospital; the officer’s quarters (commanding officer); a powder magazine; a morgue; a commissary; a guard house; and a bakery, which baked 600 loaves per day. There are also two replicas: officers’ and enlisted men’s barracks. The officers’ barrack houses the Interpretive Center. Activities include historical study, picnicking, camping, hiking, biking, day-use equestrian, nature study, wading in the creek (seasonal), swimming (accessible via Lost Creek Reservoir State Trailway or by road), and fishing.
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