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Ringing Rocks is a unique opportunity to experience one of the wonders of nature. Most folk will bring a hammer to tap on the rocks as they make a distinctive ringing sound hence the name Ringing Rocks. As a bonus the park features several waterfalls...More
Well maintained park with clearly marked trails, large parking lot (for a trail park). The boulder fields are a very short walk from the parking lot, and a really interesting way to spend an hour or so. Do not go without a hammer - just...More
Ringing Rocks is a nice local park. The boulder section is the big attraction. Just bring a hammer (no axe needed). You climb through the boulder field and hit the rocks. They actually ring. If you remove a boulder (not allowed ) from the field...More
This place is definitely off the beaten path but it was a great stop in our road trip. My kids(12,10,8) loved the rocks. Hammers are a necessity, as are good shoes. (I did fine in my hiking sandals). The waterfall was a nice additional walk,...More
Very cool place. It's locate only 20 minutes from our house, so an easy, quick trip. Bring hammers and other metal objects like wrenches or mallets. Kids are amused by the different sounds each object makes on the rocks. Not all rocks "ring," but the...More
We live near here and stop by once in a while for a short hike in the woods. This is a county park that has a boulder field and hiking trails through the woods. There is also a small waterfall on the trail. Bring a...More
Strange place, but very cool. There is a water fall, which wasn’t very big while we were there since at the time, we hadn’t had rain in a bit. The attraction is the large strange boulder field which is at least 10 feet high. Bring...More
Follow the main Path into the woods. You'll pass the bolder field on the left and keep on down the main trail. You'll see a large rock face as you head downhill. This is where the waterfall is. Its about a 15 min hike... More
Follow the main Path into the woods. You'll pass the bolder field on the left and keep on down the main trail. You'll see a large rock face as you head downhill. This is where the waterfall is. Its about a 15 min hike from the parking area at most. I was there last week and the waterfall was dried up due to the lack of rain we've had the last few weeks.