Ringing Rocks County Park, Upper Black Eddy

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  • The rock field is pretty amazing to look at, but we quickly grew bored of the ringing of the rocks. Maybe children are most entertained by this. However, we were most impressed by the waterfall at the...  more »
  • Went here for a little hike on a colder Sunday in February. Primary purpose was to take some unusual photographs and to get some exercise. Got both. The rocks are definitely large and difficult to cli...  more »
  • We took advantage of this beautiful weekend and spent Sunday afternoon at Ringing Rocks Park (and so did A LOT of other people). We had been there about a year and a half ago and were not able to enjo...  more »
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  • Great place to check out for a couple hours. I went with my three sons, ages 5, 7, and 11. They loved it. The rocks and hiking around the waterfall was challenging for the 5 yr old and looking back should stayed away from the waterfall area with him, its too steep. We brought two hammers and were blown away by the sounds the rocks made. Very cool experience.
  • Small county park whose main feature is that some, though not all, of the rocks "ring" when struck with a hammer. Certainly fun to wander about hitting various rocks and waiting to find one that rings! Hard to find the parking area, at least when I was there a while back, but well worth it.
  • We had a lot of fun climbing over the huge boulders here. There are a few picnic tables in the parking area. Once you are finished with your lunch follow the trail. We went right at the fork, you can't miss the boulder field. If you stay on that trail you will get to a rocky cliff where, if it recently rained, you can see a waterfall. Another option is to climb all the way down on the boulders to the creek bed. Then walk up to the waterfall.
  • Beautiful place to go on a fall day great for kids and families. My girlfriend and I had a wonderful time hiking around. And its free!
  • Bring hammers! Awesome place to take kids...say 5 and older. Dont forget to walk down the right side of the boulder field down to the water falls! careful it can get slippery!