The site is a complex of five platform mounds and a central plaza area sitting on four acres of land to the east of the confluence of Black Bayou and Bayou Cocodrie. The mounds now appear smaller than they were in the past because extensive flooding since their construction has deposited 3 feet (0.91 m) of sediment over the base of the mounds and the plaza. The largest remaining mound, Mound C, has a base measuring 82 feet (25 m) by 66 feet (20 m) and is about 6 feet (1.8 m) in height. Mound D has been used as fill for a highway construction project. Mound E is now the location of a house. During excavations human remains were found in three of the mounds. The site has been purchased by The Archaeological Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that plans to protect the site from future degradation.