After visiting a nearby state nature park it was recommended that we check out this historic site. We arrived mid afternoon and the sun in the trees was breathtaking. We paid for our (pricey) entry and began the drive. No one was driving behind us till suddenly we were quite overtaken by a park truck with two men in it speeding down the road-the dust kicked up filling our car-it ruined the moment and beauty of the drive (not to mention safety!). The tour was a bit lackluster compared to the rangers at the nature site- it felt the young girl showing us around didn't really care for her job. At the little village the young man dressed up didn't interact with the kids! Thankfully the kids didn't notice and made their own fun running around playing colonist and we did meet some nice people on the tour who recommended other sites to see! Overall it was pretty, I'm sure the history would have been interesting if the guide had told us more. Go for the trees and the nature trails- or just pay less for the nature park down the road.
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