Letchworth-Love Mounds Archaeological State Park
Letchworth-Love Mounds Archaeological State Park includes 188 acres of land that includes numerous native American mounds believed to date from the late Swift Creek or early to middle Weeden Island cultures - making them somewhere between 1100 to 1800 years old. The largest of these mounds measures 300 feet in diameter and 46 feet tall - the largest known indian mound in Florida.

The park includes a boardwalk at the base of the large mound, as well as a 1/2 mile interpretive hiking trail that winds past several of the other mounds. Leashed pets are permitted in the park.

A covered pavilion is available for picnicking. Within the pavilion is an interpretive display where you can learn more about the native Americans that once inhabited the area. Public restroom facilities are available.

A one hour ranger guided interpretive tour of the site is available if you let them know in advance. See the State Park website (link included below) for more information.
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