The campground is pretty nice but there just isn't much to see or do there. The "fort" isn't a fort at all but an old Indian mound, or ceremonial ground, or something else unknown. What it really is is a low wall of dirt, so low that you would not normally notice it. We didn't see any other hiking trails and no bike trails at all. This place is good for an overnight stay but nothing more.
Great for people who just want to get out in the woods and camp. There's only one way in and out of the campground and you have to cross a short bridge. They have 2 walking trails that begin at the check in station and also some longer walking trails starting at the museum. Its not unusual to see deer walking through the campground early morning and early evening. You get to see the squirrels play almost all day.
This is a small State park campground. The park is a historical archeological park so there are some historic sites. There is not a lot of entertainment amenities that some other TN State parks have. The camping spaces are paved and mostly level. There is a lot of area between the spaces and it is heavily wooded. If you like satellite TV your choices may be limited due to the trees. One way in and one way out. It’s quiet. Every close to I-24 exit 110. The bath house is clean. This is a not-well-known gem in the TN State park system if you want to get away.