Ringing Rocks County Park

Upper Black Eddy, Pennsylvania

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This is a very short, easy hike; but if you like to explore the mysteries of Mother Nature, it’s well worth your time. The Ringing Rocks boulder field is 7 acres of boulders that, when you strike a boulder with a hammer or a piece of lead pipe, it rings out. This hike also takes you to High Falls, the tallest waterfall in Bucks County. Be sure to bring your children and your hammer. Ringing Rocks is a boulder field that is 7 acres in size and 10 feet deep. It is made up of boulders of every shape and size imaginable. The county park, which surrounds the field, is comprised of 128 acres of forest; there are some boulders— regular boulders, strewn about the forest and along the rocky footpaths.

Ringing Rocks County Park Professional Review and Guide

"This is a very short, easy hike; but if you like to explore the mysteries of Mother Nature, it’s well worth your time. The Ringing Rocks boulder field is 7 acres of boulders that, when you strike a boulder with a hammer or a piece of lead pipe, it rings out. This hike also takes you to High Falls, the tallest waterfall in Bucks County. Be sure to bring your children and your hammer.

Ringing Rocks is a boulder field that is 7 acres in size and 10 feet deep. It is made up of boulders of every shape and size imaginable. The county park, which surrounds the field, is comprised of 128 acres of forest; there are some boulders—
regular boulders, strewn about the forest and along the rocky footpaths."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Upper Black Eddy
Distance: 1
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1 hour
Season: Year-round
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Ringing Rocks Park, Ringing Rocks Rd., Upper Black Eddy, PA 18972; (215) 7570571; www.buckscounty.org/government/ParksandRecreation/Parks/RingingRocks
Local Maps: USGS Rieglesville
Driving Directions: Directions to Ringing Rocks County Park

Recent Trail Reviews

2/16/2016
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Interesting field of rocks with an unusual quality. Also a small waterfall a little ways from the main field. Cool place to check out and hop from rock to rock.



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