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Columcille Megalith Park, Bangor

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4.6/5 based on 55 reviews on the web
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  • breathtaking place! It was like stepping into another time..The stones were amazing-The Stonehedge of Pa. Relaxing, peaceful experience.. 
  • They held an event around Halloween a couple years back it was I went to. It was cool, very "Halloweenish". 
  • A perfect place to go for a nature walk, where you get a little exercise and relaxation. There is a pond with fish that you can sit next to and watch the fish. You can sit under a tree and read a book...  read more »
  • The BEST park I've ever been to. Enchanting, serene, great for spiritual awareness and personal meditation. Honors days for the blessings of animals, weddings and other sacred occasions. Highly recommended, simply mystical and charming!!!
  • A unique place at the very edge of the Lehigh Valley not a mile away from the Appalachian Trail, this park is the product of decades of careful curation and sculpture by a Presbyterian minister influenced by Celtic spirituality. beliefs. Of note are the monoliths placed in a Stonehenge-like formation, the hexagonal stone St. Columba's Chapel, and a series of paths through the woods offering visitors opportunities to engage with nature. Hours are dawn to dusk. Leashed pets. Limited facilities. Guidebooks and the Columcille story are available at the "Voyager's Lounge"/visitor center near the iron gate.
  • There is something magical about this place. Once you enter the grounds, all the stress just rolls off of you as you get this tranquil feeling.
  • Absolutely stunning! The trails I recommend for all ages even 3year olds. There are so many hidden treasures around this park it really is worth the visit.
  • Great hidden treasure in Bangor. I came here not expecting much but was greatly impressed by the structures as well as miles of hiking trails. Anyone who is ever in the area of Bangor should visit.
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