In 1933 Anthropologist M.W. Stirling from Yale researched the six burial mounds in this area and in one found 96 skeletons arranged in a circle. Along with his research he found some interesting artifacts. Information was obtained from archeological reports Br 90-95 in Tallahassee, Mounds are not extant.
The actual mounds have long disappeared but once a great race of Native Americans burled their dead in this area. It was considered very sacred ground. Nowdays there is a small public park with a Gazebo you can sit and look upon the Banana River and meditate on the ancient people's that once lived in this area.
Sunsets are fantastic here. Use encrypted hint for the mystery question
for the log.