Red Clay Historical Park
1140 Red Clay Park Road Southwest
Cleveland, Tennessee 37311
The last of the council grounds of the Cherokee Nation before their removal along the Trail of Tears are located at this historical park. It also features a sacred council spring that produces over 400,000 gallons of sapphire-blue water a day and an interpretive center that contains a theater, exhibits, and artifacts. Numerous recreational facilities include a 500 seat amphitheater, a two mile loop trail with a magnificent limestone overlook tower, a picnic pavilion, and picnic areas with grills and tables.