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Letchworth Mounds State Park

4500 Sunray Rd S, Tallahassee, FL 32309-5600
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Great Natural Landscape!

Mounds are not too exciting, but the surrounding area is beautiful. They trees, the grass, the open... read more

Reviewed 5 January 2017
Dale W
Highest Indian Ceremonial Mound in Florida - over 40 feet tall!

The Letchworth-Love Mounds are the highest Indian mounds in Florida...this one is over 40 feet... read more

Reviewed 15 August 2016
Barney B
Tallahassee, Florida
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4500 Sunray Rd S, Tallahassee, FL 32309-5600
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Reviewed 5 January 2017

Mounds are not too exciting, but the surrounding area is beautiful. They trees, the grass, the open air. All is great and similar to other earthworks around town. Must visit!

1  Thank Dale W
Reviewed 15 August 2016

The Letchworth-Love Mounds are the highest Indian mounds in Florida...this one is over 40 feet high... According to historians this was a ceremonial mound and people were buried here...there are trees all over the mound and unless you knew it was a "mound" made by...More

Thank Barney B
Reviewed 13 June 2016

Been here many times with my fiancee. A wonderful place to walk and learn about the historic tribes in Florida, how they lived, and their relationship to the World's Evolution. Be Nice to this place, drive slowly, and make sure you pay the $3 for...More

1  Thank Keith H
Reviewed 25 May 2016

Not easily found and just getting started. Mound is not significant in Indian culture. Mound use to be on private property and used as a playground for family's children.

Thank Bill N
Reviewed 14 April 2016

This park has a wonderful display that explains the history behind the mound. It is well done and makes the visit so much more interesting. The walk to the mound is easy, and if you want to hike a little more there is a very...More

Thank Margaret A
Reviewed 7 March 2016

A definite must see for visitor's to Monticello. There is great historical importance here. Hike in is pretty, then you see the mounds and you will be stunned. I got goose pimples when I saw them. Great info boards on the historical importance of these...More

1  Thank Bashaboo
Reviewed 24 February 2015 via mobile

If you are interested in Native American history, visit this park. The park offers an interpretive exhibit at the picnic pavilion, along with several informational boards leading to the mound. There is a wooden viewing platform on the side of the mounds as well as...More

2  Thank TrvEnthusiast
Reviewed 17 September 2013

I have been out there several times. It is nice pleasant nature walk around the mound. They have several picnic shelters and some informational kiosks. If you are into the native American culture it would be a very interesting site to visit.

2  Thank Grant G
Reviewed 29 October 2015
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