Visitors to this archaeological site will see Florida's tallest Native American ceremonial mound, built between 1,100 and 1,800 years ago. The mound is 51 feet in height. The people who built the mound are believed to have been members of the Swift Creek Culture, a group of Native Americans who lived in North Florida between 200 and 450 A.D.
The park offers picnicking, birding and hiking. An interpretive trail starts at the base of the ceremonial mound and winds past several smaller mounds.
The picnic area and platform viewing area for the mound are wheelchair-accessible. Guided tours are available upon request.