HOPEWELL CULTURE NATIONAL HISTORIC PARK

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Hopewell Culture National Historic Park


April 18, 2024

Hopewell Culture National Historic Park is a historical site located in Ohio that features the remains of a prehistoric Native American culture from around 100 B.C. to 500 A.D. The park covers over 2,000 acres and includes several mounds, earthworks, and artifacts that give insight into the lives of the Hopewell people.

Some good reasons to visit Hopewell Culture National Historic Park include its fascinating history, beautiful natural surroundings, and educational opportunities. Visitors can explore the park's various trails, picnic areas, and visitor center to learn more about the Hopewell culture and the park's significance.

Specific points of interest to see in the park include the Mound City Group, which is a complex of 23 mounds and earthworks, and the Hopewell Culture Visitor Center, which features exhibits, films, and educational programs about the park's history and significance.

Interesting facts about the park include that it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and that the Hopewell culture was one of the most advanced prehistoric Native American cultures in North America.

The best time of year to visit Hopewell Culture National Historic Park is in the spring or fall when the weather is mild and the park's natural beauty is at its peak. Summer can be hot and humid, while winter can be cold and snowy, so visitors should plan accordingly.




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YELLOWSTONE PRONG FROM HEADWATERS TO CONFLUENCE WITH EAST FORK AND YELLOWSTONE PRONG
Pigeon Watershed, North-Carolina
SOUTH FORK FROM CONFLUENCE WITH PIGEON BR TO NF BOUNDARY
Upper French Broad Watershed, North-Carolina
HEADWATERS NEAR MITCHELL LICK TO OWLCAMP BRANCH
Lower Little Tennessee Watershed, North-Carolina
DARK PRONG FROM HEADWATERS TO CONFLUENCE EAST FORK AND YELLOWSTONE PRONG
Pigeon Watershed, North-Carolina
HEADWATERS NEAR GRAHAM COUNTY LINE TO NC/TN STATE LINE
Lower Little Tennessee Watershed, North-Carolina
OWLCAMP BRANCH TO POLECAT BRANCH
Lower Little Tennessee Watershed, North-Carolina
POLECAT BRANCH TO SNOWBIRD PICNIC AREA
Lower Little Tennessee Watershed, North-Carolina
EAST FORK FROM US HIGHWAY 276 TO CONFLUENCE OF DARK PRONG AND YELLOWSTONE PRONG
Pigeon Watershed, North-Carolina
HEADWATERS IN STANDING INDIAN BASIN TO SLACKWATER OF NATAHALA LAKE
Upper Little Tennessee Watershed, North-Carolina
NATAHALA POWERHOUSE TO LAKE FONTANA (RIVER MILE 4)
Upper Little Tennessee Watershed, North-Carolina

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