Elmore County bears the scars of the only identified meteor crater in Alabama; the ridge of the impact site is still visible on east side of Wetumpka, the county seat. Fort Toulouse-Fort Jackson Park features a reconstructed French outpost that was established in 1714. The Treaty of Fort Jackson, which ended the Creek War of 1813-1814 and ceded millions of acres of Creek territory to the United States, was signed nearby. Jasmine Hill Gardens hosts an outdoor museum featuring classical Greek sculpture. Elmore is home to some of the most navigable and recreational waterways in the state and several architecturally interesting bridges, including the Benjamin Fitzpatrick Bridge, which is one of the longest curved bridges in the U.S.