This Hidden Trail In Oklahoma Leads To A Magnificent Archaeological Treasure

Did you know Oklahoma is home to one of the most important American Indian sites in the nation? It’s true. Spiro Mounds is known worldwide for its vast collection of artifacts that were dug from one of the twelve mounds on the land. It’s the only prehistoric Native American archaeological site open to the public in Oklahoma, and you can take an easy walk along a trail to see these magnificent treasures.

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Have you ever visited Spiro Mounds? If so, what did you think about the easy hike and exhibits? If you have any tips for future visitors, please share them with our readers.

If you enjoy easy hikes, take a look at this enjoyable winter hike that is under one mile.