This is a lovely park and very quiet. We hiked over the mounds and through the forest. There are benches scattered through the park, inviting you to sit and meditate. It's hard to believe that Native Americans built these mounds more than 11,000 years ago. You can get a sense of tranquility just walking around. CAVEAT: don't go when it's... 更多
This place had 4 parking spots, and you just walk into this little park and walk a path. The soil on the path had broken clam shells. We walked in a circle and then left. Not much info to read either, could have made us appreciate it more, but we tried.
Very buggy!! We we attacked by mosquitoes. Buuuut, we did find the pathways beautiful and loved the old tree that we took a picture with too. The shells are visible, but not overwhelming. It was a nice place to stop for a little walk but I don't think we'd go back again.
We decided to see what was here and discovered it was a free little park built to preserve the area where Indians once discarded many shells over the years. Great little walk in the park!
I have always imagined the shell mounds would a large mound of shells, bleached and white in the sun. We arrive and follow one of the paths up the small mound covered in ancient trees ad giant Lantana taller than myself. I glanced down and suddenly realized I was on a shell mound, Wow, So great an experience to walk... 更多
A lovely little walk around ancient shell mounds. The first thing you notice are the remnants of oyster shells underfoot as you head up the trail over the mounds. Neat! The entire little park seems like a hidden, tropical garden, even though it's actually surrounded by homes in a neighborhood. It really seems like a magical place. My family and... 更多