New Signage at Ringing Rocks County Park

New signage at Ringing Rocks Park will help park users navigate the trails in the park.

Scouts Partner with County and AMC

Members of the Pennsylvania Highlands Trail Stewards recently installed new signage at Ringing Rocks Park that provides park users with a trail map, information about Leave No Trace, as well as information about the PA Highlands Trail Stewards. The signs were affixed to a kiosk that was built by a local Scout for his Eagle Scout Project. The trail map includes destinations within the park, such as the boulder field and the Falls Creek waterfall.  It also includes a planned trail that is not currently developed yet, but will be soon.  This trail will connect to the soon to be opened trailhead on the east side of River Road, that will link to the D&L Trail.

Ringing Rocks Area Map

 

 


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