In the early 1780's, Fort George was the commanding British edifice on the Penobscot, responsible for the comprehensive destruction of the fledgling American Navy. Today, it's a gently rolling soccer/and/or/baseball field across the street from the Maine Maritime Academy.
The main word I would use to describe Fort George in its current condition would be underwhelming.
This is of course a relative observation, and in my case at least partially inspired by some of Maine's other, much more substantial starforts that I had recently visited, the fantastic Fort Knox
being the main culpruit.