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Natural Tunnel State Park, Duffield

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Reviews
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  • This state park has a lot of cool things to see and do. We walked from our campsite at Lover's Leap loop via the Gorge Ridge trail to Lover's Leap. This is a cool view of the Natural Tunnel and the si...  more »
  • The Natural Tunnel is a regular stop for my family. it's conveniently located just a couple miles off Hwy 23. The kids in particular enjoy the chair lift ride down to the Tunnel, and we all enjoy the ...  more »
  • We had a wonderful time. We rode the chairs down, and walked the trails to the old train tunnel, and you can look up and it's like the rock mountain goes on and on. We saw the old cabins, and the litt...  more »
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  • By far, the best state park that I have camped in. The campground has two loops and the Lover's Leap Loop is newer and the sites are more spacious. The bath house was immaculate and clean. Our camping fee included use of the pool and free parking at the amphitheater (we enjoyed the shows on Sunday night). The camp staff was great- very helpful and knowledgeable. The chair lift to go down to the bottom of the gorge was well worth the nominal fee. ($4 per person with children 3 and under free; $1 off per person for groups 8 and more). Trails are all well-marked.
  • We stayed for several days in March and had place to ourselves. The lover's leap loop campground is awesome. Be prepared for the long steep grade up to campground and then a sharp turn up another steep grade. Beautiful grounds, great hiking the and nearby devil's bathtub.
  • If you come to camp in a tent, they want you to set upon the gravel... not primitive in the slightest sense. better off in your car or the side of a back road where at least the next camp isn't 10ft away.
  • Beautiful area, great camping and cool chair lift down to the natural tunnel which a train still goes through several times a day.
  • My girlfriend and I stopped on our way back from a friend's wedding in Tennessee. It was quite the experience, with the big opening to the tunnel and what not. I wish that the platform at the opening went further into the tunnel.