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I loved this memorial. I did not realize it had been built and I am glad they did. I had a relative listed on the wall. It is so sad what the Cherokee Indians had to go through. I could not imagine being forced out...More
Our visit to the Rhea County Scopes Trial Museum was such a disaster we had time on our hands and thought we'd visit this park, but after 20 minutes driving around, we never did find it.
We then when to the Rhea County Visitor's Center...More
Wonderful place! The little cabin has historic items to look at, local Native American made pottery, candles and dream catchers for sale at excellent prices. You can drive to the lookout and then walk up to an observatory deck looking out over the Hiawassee River....More
My teenage kids and I visited the museum as we stayed in Dayton for several weeks. We went on an excursion each day and chose this place and the wildlife refuge to explore. We liked the short hike and overlook of Hiwassee Island, as well...More
This memorial park tells a tragic story. It was surreal standing there and reading about the removal of the American Indians. There is a small museum on site with a gift shop. There were some items for sale made by local American Indians. We visited...More
A well deserved memorial to such a tragic event, the removal of the American Indians from their homeland. The memorial is touching and informative. Easy access from highway 60 and is handicap accessible.