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Rising 27 feet high, the Oakville Indian Mound is the largest woodland mound in Alabama, with a base covering 1.8 acres and a flat top of more than an acre. Built by prehistoric Copena Indians, the mound is 2,000 years old and constructed from earth probably carried one basket at a time from the Oakville pond.