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These century old monoliths sit easily accessible by foot and provide great back drops for photographers of all ages. Right off Route 219 South and local ,,, ENJOY!
Love this park. It's rather small and completely walkable! Nothing strenuous, just a short hike - but do wear sneakers. And it's completely free. Apparently the boulders and formations are over 200 million years old, weigh several tons, and are simply stunning to see. The picture here doesn't do it justice. Many of the rocks are covered in lime green... 更多
My husband is a geologist so this was obviously on his list when we visited nearby Dubois. The rock formations were interesting and you get an eerie feeling walking through them. However, there is no one at all at the site to help you if something bad happens (like if you fall or slip, which may actually happen so keep... 更多
If you're looking to explore then Bilger's Rocks it's a beautiful natural place to see. Rock climbing and rappelling anf just exploring. You can camp here and see the remains of an old water powered sawmill and stone dam. There are pavilions and grills for cooking and playgrounds for younger children. A snack bar is open on the weekends. No... 更多
Fascinating rock formations. You can walk on the top of the rocks and below to get great views from many angles. The butting grounds offer picnic tables, bbq grills, pavilions (recommend booking in advance), volleyball net, primitive tent camping for $10 a night (requires advanced booking, good luck with booking, maybe via Facebook as there are no headquarters or honor... 更多
Loved the little adventures in and out of the rocks and all of the nooks and crannies you could find yourself lost in. In the 30 years we have been visiting my family, we never knew this place existed and happened upon it accidentally.