There are four ways to walk through the park, two paths on the outside are the Pathway of History and the Walkway of the Counties, and two paths on the inside of the wall are the Path of Volunteers. It is recommended that you walk each path, as there is plenty to see and discover through out the entire park.
As we walk farther east and turn to the north, we see a wall of history, entitled the Pathway of History. This is a 400ft long granite wall etched with dates and tidbits of information detailing a historical time-line of the state. The wall starts with information on the states early inhabitants and continues through to modern times. You will notice that the wall breaks apart at the time of the civil war, to represent the state of country during this great conflict. As you walk through the park, you will notice the many plants, flowers, and trees, which are native to the state.