Bradley County is the site of the last Council Grounds of the Cherokee Nation
in the Eastern United States.  Red Clay State Historical Park and Historical
Area offers a glimpse of yesterday with Cherokee Farm Reconstruction; the
Council House;  Nature Trails; Interpretive Center that contains a Theater,
Exhibits and Artifacts; Picnic Areas and a Scared Council Spring that produces
over 400,000 gallons of sapphire-blue water a day.

  Several other tours are: the Cleveland Downtown Historical Greenway - which
includes 20 historical sites; the Cherokee Heritage Wildlife Tour - which is a tour
of the area's Cherokee Heritage; and the Cherokee Scenic Loop Tour - which
includes the Ocoee River and the Reliance Historic District in Polk County.


Other Places of Interest:

Murray Motel

Post Cards of Bradley County





Historic Sites
Jane Colmenares - County Coordinator
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