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Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves, Woodstock
(4.6/5 based on 460+ reviews on the web)
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  • At first glance, this may seem like a great activity for all's not. Make sure everyone in your party understands how tight these caves get and can EASILY pass through the test caves before e...  more »
  • It is allot of work, but allot of fun. Very good views of everything and the surrounding area. A real family centered place. 
  • The trails were fairly easy and clear. The views were spectacular. Stairs next to the gorge needed a bit of attending to as they were wet and somewhat slippery, but not dangerous at all. This is an ea...  more »
  • On a hot day in Massachusetts, we headed up to the Lost River park where it was about 20° colder. Well maintained walk from the gift shop and down through the river caves. Other than 1 cave which did not have a good bypass, it was very reasonable for families with small children to enjoy. The kids loved crawling through the caves and it was entertaining watching some adults almost not make it through the Lemon Squeezer cave. It is a different experience than the Polar Caves and different from the caves at top of Loon Mountain. Highly recommended.
  • I was not expecting this to be nearly as cool as it was. Had an awesome time climbing through the caves. I highly recommend.
  • Journey to the Center of the Earth Get ready for an adventure you will never forget! It's pretty cool. Massive glaciers slowly ground their way across North America, shaping the land. Great for family with kids, couples, group and seniors. The cat walks are awesome:) The caves were interesting and some were pretty tight. Some caves were closed because the water level was too high. Recommended visit 2-3 hours. A little price. Use hiking shoes and bring water. Free parking
  • Fun for the whole family. Fourteen fun caves to traverse and explore. Lots of beautiful nature to see. The trails are also fun to walk. Prices are reasonable and children and adults alike will enjoy the experience.
  • SO COOL! Definitely worth taking a trip to come see these natural caves, great bang for your buck too! Our trip ran a little over an hour we had a blast! So many tight squeezes not for the claustrophobic people.