Without a guided tour through the park, the admission is free. The park is maintained in excellent condition, and it is easy to see that the state has invested a pretty penny into the facilities. The staff is more than willing to answer and assist visitors in any way possible. My only complaint would be there is no staircase to the top of any of the mounds. At other parks, this provides the best view of the park, and aides in putting the ancient village in perspective. There are two main trails that offer views of the oxbow lake, and that run in between the mounds. Hands on programs seem to very popular as well.
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