Ringing Rocks County Park, Upper Black Eddy

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4.5/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web
Ringing Rocks County Park is located in Upper Black Eddy. Put Ringing Rocks County Park and other Upper Black Eddy attractions into our Upper Black Eddy trip itinerary builder, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • We took 3 kids under 8 out to see this very cool boulder field. Definitely bring a hammer & wear sneakers or hiking boots. We all enjoyed exploring the boulder field and finding the ringing rocks. We ...  read more »
  • What a unique park! You walk a short distance to a field of boulders. Wear sturdy shoes as you are climbing and jumping from rock to rock in search of the "one" that rings! The joy was in the hunt! An...  read more »
  • Took our 4 our old grandson and he was like a spider monkey on the rocks. We enjoyed it but, the next day this grandmom had sore legs. The rocks do ring not like a true bell sound, it was unusual. We ...  read more »
  • 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.
  • 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!
  • Take your hammer, a field recorder and mash out some metallic tones. Release your inner avant-garde experimental side in a natural setting.
  • Fun with my two boys, remember to bring a hammer! You can also use a rock to hit the rocks and hear the chimes. There's a waterfall you can hike to as well, but we didn't make it down that far. Careful with small children as it is a field of large rocks and boulders that they can easily fall on.
  • Haven't been there since I was a kid, probably 30 yrs ago. But it left a lasting impression. Can't wait to take my kids
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