Track Rock Gap Archaeological Preserve

A fifty two acre archaeological preserve, Track Rock Gap, contains four petroglyph boulders. Carvings resemble mammal and bird tracks, human footprints, and a various geometric designs. The petroglyphs have been known about by the Cherokee at least since the 1800s, and incorporated in their sacred beliefs. The site is thought to be of ancient origin.

Internal Links:

Possible Mayan Site Discovered in Georgia Mountains

External Links:

Rock Art Web Site
Forestry Service Website

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