The Fort Pemberton project contains forested area which is second or third growth forest, regenerating naturally following the Civil War. Much of the wooded area encompasses the earthworks that make up the fort. The Spartina marshlands along the 270 linear feet of frontage on the Stono River amount to approximately 0.25-acres of marsh/riparian zone. The Fort Pemberton site is a unique feature in the history and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
A map for Fort Pemberton has been provided in Google Map format.