Located on 169 acres of pure nature, the Cedarville Indian Mound is a unique historic feature that is a must see. When you enter the park, you will be greeted by a steel bridge that spans the Massie Creek over looking a beautiful water fall.
Hike down a few trails, cross some small bridges, and up on the ridge you will come to an open field. It might take you a few minutes to get there, but it’s worth it. Standing tall among the trees is the Indian Mound, a proud reminder of all who lived here before us.
Affectionately known as Williamson Mound, it is a Native American, earthen mound constructed by the Adena culture between 500 B.C. and 100 A.D. While you are there, be sure to visit the historic log cabin that gives a real look into the time period of that culture.