Trip Start May 13, 1996
16Trip End May 14, 1996
The Old Stone Fort is a 2,000-year-old earth and stone enclosure built as a sacred site by prehistoric Woodland Indians; other visible ruins in the park are the remains of 19th century industries that built on both forks of the Duck River. A 1.25-mile walk with an interpretive booklet follows the wall and cliff perimeter; interpretive tours are available. May Prairie is nearby, and contains dozens of rare plants.
There are 51 campsites in the 760-acre park.