This state park, which was never actually a fort, is on the site of an ancient tive American burial ground. Although 2,000 years have passed since the ceremonial wall was built, it still sets the path for a scenic hiking trail. The waterfalls on the Duck River captivate the park visitors as they stroll by.
Unless the river’s water level is low, you’ll find a spot that’s perfect for swimming at this park. You can fish from the bank in several areas or take your boat out for a couple of hours. Throughout the summer, bird-watchers really enjoy the activity of the northern parulas and other bird species.
“There is a lot to see in this small state park. The campground is beautifully shaded, and the sites are spaced out fairly nicely. The visitors center looks like it has been recently updated. You can walk on top of the visitors’ center to view the dam and Big Duck River…” – Scotty, Google Review