The Fort at Asperen or Fort Asperen is a fort that was part of the New Dutch Water Line, and is located southeast of Asperen in the municipality of Lingewaal in the Dutch province of Gelderland. The tower fort is situated along a dike that is a passage (access) in the Waterline.
A canal surrounds the complex and the fort is accessible via a drawbridge. The heavy three-storey building consists of external walls of one and a half meters thick. The three floors consist of a basement, ground floor with rifle shooting holes, first floor with cannon shooting holes and entirely above an earthen top battery.