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All reviews natchez trace worth the climb pre columbian eight acres short detour information posted easy climb natchez indians ceremonial site paved walk native americans great stop united states definitely worth a stop grand village back in the day peaceful place
OK, we didn't really know what to expect, but visiting this site gave us very interesting information about the Mound Builders. The site seems well preserved and geared to please tourists taking the time to stop. We were glad we stopped, climbed to the top,...More
This is an amazing historical treasure that is worth a quick visit. You can walk to the top. There is a small parking area. It doesn’t take long to visit. There is no visitor center, just the large mound and some signs describing the history.
This is a great stop along the Natchez Trace. We enjoyed reading the about the mound at the on-site plaques. Getting to climb to the top was loads of fun, too! You don't realize how big it is until you're panting at the top. Stop...More
I enjoy and appreciate learning about history in different towns and places. Standing in the spot that took days, weeks to build was exciting. Imagining the time period and activities that occurred to accomplish this grand mound.
First, if history bores you, then just skip this. I've read reviews were people said it's boring and just a bunch of hills, and if you aren't interested in the past, this is the lens you will view this site.
However, if history fascinates you,...More