At Horseshoe Bend you can take a Tour Road. This 3 mile road includes a one-way loop and skirts the edge of the battlefield and winds along the bend of the Tallapoosa River for which the park is named. The speed limit is 15 miles per hour and is strictly enforced. Most of the area available from the Tour Road is designated a commemorative area with recreational activities prohibited except exploration by foot. 557 Creek warriors and 49 U.S. soldiers died on this ground, making it a solemn experience. You can hike a 2.8 mile long nature trail winds its way around the Battlefield and near Tohopeka Village, the site of a Creek Indian camp in the early 1800s. The trail is mildly rigorous. There is a place for picnics, boating, bicycling, and fishing! Something to do for everyone!
For more information: National Park Service Horseshoe Bend