The park is rich in American Indian, early pioneer and Civil War history, plus offers 70 miles of trails, tours of the historic Hensley Settlement, cave tours and camping. Visitor Center includes museum, dramatic films, craft sales and bookstore. For the birdwatcher, the park is home to barred, great horned and screech owls, wild turkey, ruffed grouse, numerous species of warblers, black and turkey vultures and bald eagles. The Pinnacle Overlook provides a great view of the fall raptor migration.
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