We toured the visitors center which is also an archaeology museum.
There are artifacts displayed here from the time when the Muscogee Indians lived in the area.
The museum preserves the traces of South Eastern Native American culture, including major earthworks which were built over 1,000 years ago.
We enter through these wooden door frames, and travel until we reach the center of the space.
These are called earth fire lodges with the fireplaces. These are used for important meetings and different ceremonial activities.
We later hike to other mounds that are on the premises but these are small than the one above.
We were there probably a total of three hours. There are other trails to hike if you wish too and they vary in range from a couple of miles to 12 miles along the river.
We really enjoyed it.
See ya all later !