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We had a lovely family picnic at these grounds. We may return some day but what we saw as we got the first burial ground were large GINORMOUS black bees ...that seemed to hide under the wood of the boardwalk you as soon as you...More
I love to go here and just read about the Native Americans way of living in the area --long ago. I also like to "run" the 80 some steps to the top of the tallest mound and then just observe the area and realize how...More
Right near the Mission San Luis Park is this hidden quiet park. Large dog run areas are fenced, surrounded by lakes, trails and wooden walkways and bridges. Very quiet and peaceful area giving guests and visitors a chance to get away.
Visited for the first time in December. My husband and I were looking for a spiritual experience for his birthday. Decided to visit here since we both have indigenous ancestry in our immediate bloodline. We were happy to see the mounds but disappointed that the...More
This is an excellent place for a picnic, as there are lots of tables available. There is also a covered pavilion and very nice bathrooms - real ones, not portable ones. We like to explore the trails and were delighted to find a new kiosk!...More
This is a beautiful park. we didn’t hike the long trail but we hiked the short one and it is kid friendly and great if you want to just get out and about and get into some nature. It also has nice picnic area and...More
If you are looking for historical text and artifacts, visit the nearby San Luis. This site is undisturbed burial mounds in a peaceful N. FL setting.
I wouldn't recommend this as an "attraction" for visitors traveling through Tallahassee, but it is a must visit for...More
This is not the best place to go to during spring and summer well because of bugs, humidity and heat.
The historical significance although nice is barely on display. Clearly the budget for the park is lacking.
The signs are also faded from weathering.