This one mile long loop trail contains a series of numbered stops with information keyed to the trail brochure and the On-Cell system. Supplemental information is also displayed on signs and kiosks along the trail. As you explore the trail make believe you walk through an ancient forest inhabited by peoples speaking unintelligible languages and wearing strange apparel, but remarkably and supremely adapted to this land. Blink your eyes and imagine ancient and now extinct animals such as bison and saber tooth cats crossing the trail ahead of you (visit the Silver River Museum for diorama displays of these animals). Blink again and imagine walking this path as it meandered through a 'Mississippian Culture' Indian Village where people laughed and children played while men strung bows and flaked spear points and women wove garments and fired fine pottery. Blink again and imagine thousands of soldiers encamped along this trail huddled around campfires and coffee pots reminiscing of loved ones back home. All of these events and scenes really happened along this trail. There are benches. Stop, sit, and listen. You can barely hear the City just beyond the forest.