Pennsylvania August 02, 2016
You Have To See This Amazing Natural Wonder In Pennsylvania To Believe It
Tucked away in Clearfield County, not far from the town of Grampian, lies a beautiful natural area that has drawn visitors from around the globe for more than 1,000 years. To truly appreciate this amazing natural wonder in Pennsylvania, you really have to see it for yourself. But, before you hit the road to destination Bilger’s Rocks, off we go on a virtual tour.
A map of the sprawling park will greet you when you arrive at Bilger's Rocks. Pose for photos. Snap a few selfies. Plan your adventure for the day before heading to the nearby Visitors Book.
Sign the Visitors Book before entering the park to let history know that you visited this amazing natural wonder in Pennsylvania. A new addition to the park, the Visitors Book is designed to discourage visitors from vandalizing the rocks with graffiti. (Needless to say, graffiti is prohibited.)
Step into a part of history when you enter Bilger's Rocks. The formations within – cliffs, caves, arches, and passageways, among others – date back as many as 320 million years.
Wear comfy clothes and sturdy shoes if you plan to explore Bilger's Rocks. You'll find plenty of opportunities to climb on the eroded sandstone rocks and to wiggle through the passageways and natural mazes.
Rocks aren't the only natural wonder you'll discover as you journey through the area. You'll also spot plenty of flora and, if you keep an eye out, even some of the local wildlife.
Pay attention to the path and trail markers throughout the recreational area so you don't get lost.
Bilger's Rocks also features a picnic tables, a pavilion, a playground for the kids, an outdoor stage, and restrooms. Weekend visitors will likely find the concession stands open, ready to provide snacks and a cold drink to tired explorers.
Camping promises you'll get to extend your amazing experience overnight or for a few nights. Bilger's Rocks welcomes campers for a small fee. (Electric is also available for a fee.)
The Bilger's Rock Association, which oversees the operation of the recreational area and is dedicated to its preservation, hosts countless activities throughout the year – Civil War reenactments, hayrides during the Halloween season, festivals, educational events, and activities just for kids.
Plan your trip to Bilger's Rocks, which is open each day from dawn to dusk.
Bilger’s Rocks, a natural wonder in Pennsylvania, is only one amazing outdoor spot to visit this summer. You might also want to plan a trip to this
incredible state park in Pennsylvania.