Date Of Visit: January 12, 2019
Location: Fort Revere, Telegraph Hill, 60 Farina Rd, Hull, MA
Hours: Open daily from dawn until dusk
Parking: There is room for about 10-15 cars in the parking lot
Handicapped Accessible: The fort is not handicapped accessible but there are views that can be enjoyed from the hill at the parking lot
Dog Friendly: Yes
Highlights: scenic, historical, picnic areas, barbecue grills
Summary: The former site of American fortification during the American Revolution, Fort Revere has also scenic views and picnic areas.
Websites: Fort Revere
As most people about Hull, Mass, and they will undoubtedly reference Nantasket Beach, the old Paragon Park and maybe even the Red Parrot.
But, the most beautiful part of Hull may be hidden up an otherwise unremarkable side road. In fact, you may easily drive by Farina Rd if you are not already aware of the beauty that sits atop the road.
For Revere offers some of the most beautiful views this side of Boston.
The views of Boston Harbor from Fort Revere are nothing less than breath taking. Boston Light is visible in the foreground and Graves Light stands behind it in the distance.
Once used as a American military installation during the American Revolution and later used as the site of a storehouse, Fort Revere is a truly hidden historical treasure. Although it is a shame it is used more for graffiti and other unproductive activities.
The steps at the fort are in disrepair. So be careful if you do visit.
On July 14, 1976 (Bastille Day) Fort Revere dedicated a memorial that commemorates the French forces who served and died at the fort in the American Revolution.
The memorials are written in English and French.
The graves from some of the people who served there still remain below the fort. You may notice rocks left on some of the tombstones.
The bridge on to Spinnaker Hill Lane leads to Hog Island and there are pretty views of the coast of Hull.
There is also a tower that is no longer in use at Fort Revere.
Fort Revere is a dog friendly attraction. These two Cocopoos (a Cocker Spaniel and Poodle mixed breed) named Sajac, the brown 10 year old dog in front, and Deacon, the white 1 year old dog in back, enjoyed walking around the fort.