Located on Red Clay Park Road, this park preserves the site of the last Cherokee encampment before their relocation to Oklahoma via The Trail of Tears. The visitor center features 19th century Cherokee artifacts. Replicas of a council house, Cherokee farmhouse, corn crib and barn are on the grounds, as are a spring, an amphitheater and nature trails. Weekend summer programs offer guided tours and nature walks as well as movies and demonstrations. Picnic facilities are available.
Open daily 8am-dusk in March through November; hours vary the rest of the year.