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This Historic Site has a beautiful visitor center with displays and an interesting video. Outside the building is an earth lodge with furnishings inside and a garden outside. There is a trail that allows you to see the location of three villages. It is easy...More
This is one of those historic sites that you have to be looking for or indicates that you are somewhat lost.
This site has a reconstructed earth lodge that is very interesting. I was able to visit it, yet didn't visit the rest of the...More
The Indian villages are long gone, but you can still see the circular depressions where their earth lodges stood. There also is a reconstruction of a traditional lodge and garden. In the visitor center you can watch a film and see artifacts.
This national park property likes the wow factor but is well worth a visit anyway,
Here a tribe lived in earthen huts with one nicely recreated.
Pull back the buffalo hide hanging over the entrance and step inside- actually quite cozy
View the movie and...More
The site is a bit out of the way but definitely worth the trip. Staff very accommodating. Interesting and educational site for the tribes that lived here. There is a nice hands on area for kids - especially nice to be able to touch and...More
This National Historical Park does not have a huge "wow" factor so prepare yourself (or children) for an interesting visit to an earthlodge (very well done) and a pleasant walk along the river. As always, the national park interpretive rangers are excellent. However, the locations...More