I live in the area, and have recently become more attracted to this place. The history is well represented and preserved at the visitor's center which is near the graves of the Indian Chiefs. The graves are fenced off to protect them, and are well maintained. Hanging on the fence are mementos and tributes left by members of the tribes that gather there every year for the annual PowWow. There are a few tables for picnicking behind the information center, in a beautiful shady area. I feel a real sense of history here. The other area of the park is not used as much as it could be, and is left alone except during the annual festivities. There is a trail of sorts that is approximately half of a mile long. The first part is only compacted gravel, the later part is asphalt. I like to do my walking here, but I would like to see some more care given to the actual park area. Perhaps some displays of native plants that the People would have used would be nice, with a description of the plant and how it was used.