Ringing Rocks County Park, Upper Black Eddy

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  • It was a cool little spot to go visit. We went mid afternoon on a week day and the park was quiet and relatively empty. We took hammers and had fun beating on the rocks for maybe a half an hour. We....  more
    It was a cool little spot to go visit. We went mid afternoon on a week day and the park was quiet and relatively empty. We took hammers and had fun beating on the rocks for maybe a half an hour. We....  more »
  • Known for it’s melodic boulder field of ‘ringing rocks” the 123 acre park offers Manageable hikes for travelers of all ages to grab hammer and make some noise... you get decide if it’s melodic or... 
    Known for it’s melodic boulder field of ‘ringing rocks” the 123 acre park offers Manageable hikes for travelers of all ages to grab hammer and make some noise... you get decide if it’s melodic or...  more »
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  • What a very cool place to visit! The walking trails are cool in themselves. If you have asthma, don't for get your inhaler because some of the trails are pretty steep. Definitely wear good solid sneakers or hiking boots. There is easy level access to the boulder field if you take the loop trail on either the right or the left but if you go further there are inclines/declines. If you venture into the boulder field, take your time, it's an adventure and would be very easy to get your foot stuck or twist and ankle. It was fun imagining how it must have been hundreds of years ago when some just happened upon this in the woods. It was even more fun trying to play a tune with a hammer and a few different boulders. This was a great quirky stop on our road trip back from Pittsburgh to Massachusetts. It would be a fun educational trip with kids. Do a little research on your own about how the big old bells were made because that's what these rocks sound like. PS...don't forget to bring a hammer!!!
  • What neat treasure! I had never heard of the park, but my husband found it online and it was on the scenic way to get to our vacation destination. We enjoyed hiking the trails to the boulder field to play music with the different tonal rocks with our hammers. We also hiked to the beautiful waterfall below the boulder field.

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