The Enclosure Wall Trail at Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park is a gem of a small park. Even though it was set aside primarily to protect a walled enclosure constructed by the Native Americans, situated the way it is, high on the bluffs at the confluence of the Duck and the Little Duck Rivers, it has a lot more to see than the walled enclosure.
There are numerous waterfalls and cascades scattered along both sections of creek, and the stone ruins of several old mills also, which once harnessed the power of the waterfalls. Also, in the lower portion of the park, down near the confluence of the two rivers, there are several stands of large, mature hardwoods to explore in the area often referred to as the “moat.”This small park has it all!"