Indian Rock Shelters

The upper and lower rock shelters at The Point marked in purple

I enjoy thinking about what this land was like in the past. If you go back 1,500 to 2,000 years ago there were Woodland Indians here. They used rock shelters on the south side of The Point. Those shelters were explored by an archeological dig in the 1970s. Now that the leaves have fallen it is easier to see where those shelters are.

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2 Responses to Indian Rock Shelters

  1. steve knight says:

    Incredible – I had no idea these shelters were on the PGT grounds. Thank you for sharing.

  2. Kevin Sink says:

    These are possibly my favorite spots on the PGT. It’s hard not to think of all the skills these people possessed in order to survive. In fact, many of them didn’t! It also makes you think of how tough these people were, or how soft we have become!

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