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Red Clay State Historic Park, Cleveland
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  • Very quiet and peaceful here, a really good place to take a leisurely walk. Nice places to picnic and occasionally someone will be there playing Indian music in the theatre. Great place to plan church...  more »
  • So peaceful and tranquil. Stepping where the Indians once lived. Walking through history. Reading the tea of yester year. 
  • We spent many hours at Red Clay when our daughters were young. Now we go for a relaxing afternoon of hiking or just an outing when we have company. Love the beauty, the old buildings, and hikes. 
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  • I loved it when I went there all the years at Cherokee Days that I have been to were great. My dad worked there for 18 years and was head of the maintenance building when he retired. Great Fun For Every One. Especially if you love nature.
  • Very clean and welcoming. The trails are moderate. There are signs to guide the visitors. There is a great spot to take pictures in the middle of the trail. The blue pond in beautiful. There are several little streams along the trails. The Cherokee huts are great to look at. There are pavilions for those who wish to take something to eat. Restrooms available. Highly recommend this place!
  • Heritage festivals are wonderful to attend. Hated everything was on a schedule this year but it was a beautiful sight to see natives coming to share their heritages with the world! Been coming for 25 years!
  • It was humbling to visit the start of the Trail of Tears and to see the beautiful council grounds where the Cherokee held council. I was in awe of the beautiful Blue Spring coming from under the limestone. Great find for a Sunday!
  • Wonderful park with good hiking trails and the "Blue Hole" shouldn't be missed.