Natural Stone Bridge and Caves is an Adirondack treasure!

Come see the largest marble cave entrance in the east. Explore Noisy Cave, check out the resident bats in Peter Pan's Peephole, dip under Arch Rock, and cross over the natural stone bridge itself!

Take the self-guided, 20-stop trail as it winds from cave to cave, with potholes and deep natural pools in between. Take a rest while overlooking Trout Brook as it rushes into the mouth of the cave below.

The Adventure Tour is ideal for those daring few who want to have a true caving experience. Get into a caving suit and spelunk from cavern to cavern. The clausterphobic need not apply!

Kids will love Natural Stone Bridge & Caves. The day isn't finished after scouting the caves and caverns. Kids can dig for dino bones, master the CaveKid Challenge Bouldering Wall, find treasure in the Gold Rush Mine, uncover crystals in the Crystal Quest Mine, and play a full round of disc golf.

End the day at Stone Bridge Ice Cream stand. This ice cream stand is legendary among locals and features dozens of flavors of soft-serve.

Green Hill and Catamount Mountain are two hiking trails based out of the park. These trails are available for hiking and snowshoeing with admission to the park.

Green Hill is a steep 4.6 mile climb to excellent views. Catamount Mountain is a moderately steep 1.8 mile hike to a beautiful vista.

These trails are available as a self-guided hike in the summer.

Enjoy Natural Stone Bridge & Caves all winter long!

Explore over 14 miles of snowshoeing trails during the winter months. Green Hill and Catamount Mountain are both open for snowshoeing during the winter months for a small fee. Snowshoe to the old Sink Hole, the Beaver Stump Loop or the Bobcat Ledges to see interesting geology and maybe some animal tracks along the way.   Snowshoe and pole rentals are available!

Are you a competitive snowshoer or winter hiker? Check out the Stone Bridge Caveman 6k & 15k Caveman Extreme Snowshoe Races!

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