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Not the sexiest of national park service sites, but interesting stop if you are in the area. The mounds are not very pronounced and they have to really clear the area for you to see them. Probably worth stopping if you are in the area,...More
We walked a little over 3 miles with a 9 and 4 year old. We did bring a wagon which had pros and cons. Very steap hills made it hard to pull but it was easier is some spots and kept the little one from...More
The park itself is lovely and walking through the park is good exercise however you have to be prepared to walk a lot up hill. Being honest the mounds look like just another hill. Keep your expectations low. A trip to the park is a...More
The museum houses friendly park rangers that are very friendly and happy to help you out with any questions you might have. You can read up about the history of the area here as well. It is quite fun. Now the actual park itself is...More
We had really good time on this hike. It was misting and lightly sprinkling but the tree cover keeps you fairly dry. It’s a little bit of a hike up hill but worth it. The views are beautiful and the mounds really fill you with...More
I stopped into the visitor center. The staff were nice and friendly. I found the information very informative. I looked at the maps of the trails and where to locate the different mounds. It is a very large amount of hiking up steep bluffs. I...More
This review will only entail the museum and the mounds found immediately outside the visitor center. The museum was a good insight to the history of the area. There were many artifacts and literature to help explain what makes this area so unique. It was...More
The NPS Visitor Center is a must stop to find out about the Effigy Mounds before taking off on the trails. They have a Junior Ranger Program that is informative about the area and what you will be experiencing on the trails. There is plenty...More
My wife really likes to see these Native American sites, but once we got here we found that almost all of the sites required extensive walks of at least 1 mile or more to see. She has a knee replacement & was very disappointed when...More
We just left there. The restrooms inside are closed currently due to construction on the septic system. There are porta jons in the parking lot. There is a small gift shop, no cafeteria, just a cold beverage vending machine.