Moundeville Archaeological Park.


If you're fascinated by Native American history, love outdoor adventures, or simply enjoy cultural celebrations, Moundville, AL has something special for you. The Moundville Archaeological Park serves as a living museum, featuring ancient earthworks and the Jones Archaeological Museum's extensive collection of Native American artifacts. Lake Payne Recreation Area is your go-to for a day of fishing, hiking, or a leisurely picnic. For an even deeper historical experience, the Bottle Creek Indian Mounds offer another glimpse into the area's rich past.

Don't miss the Moundville Native American Festival, an annual celebration that brings indigenous culture to life through dance, crafts, and art. For those who prefer water-based activities, the Black Warrior River provides ample opportunities for kayaking and canoeing.

Moundeville Archaeological Park.

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