The "Ravine Loop" at little Mulberry Park is a natural valley with two creeks running through it. The rim of the ravine was probably a great hunting spot for primitive hunters. The stone piles are impressive even the ancient ones that are mostly buried and crumbling. These appear to be arranged almost randomly but they all overlook the little canyon.
There were many more similar stone piles several miles away along the birthplace of the Apalachee River, again on the rim of hills overlooking the creek/river. Before they bulldozed them and put in a golf course, archeologist investigated and determined that those were there long before the Creek and Cherokee inhabited this area.