Is Fort Sheridan still active?
Fort Sheridan closed in 1993. The decision to close Fort Sheridan came in the 1989 first round of base closings under the Base Realignment and Closure Act (BRAC). An Army Reserve base continues to use about 90 acres (360,000 m2) of the original Post.
Is there a Fort Sheridan?
Historic Fort Sheridan is a residential community on the North Shore of Lake Michigan. Fort Sheridan was originally developed as a US Army installation in the late 1800s, consisting of ninety-four contributing historic buildings on 640 acres of prime Lake Michigan property.
When was Fort Sheridan built?
Who was Fort Sheridan named after?
Philip H. Sheridan