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Linda & Jim Frank 3/4/2014
Our only regret about coming to Natural Stone Bridge last Sat. (Mar. 1) was that we weren't able to spend more time snowshoeing there. The trails are so well-blazed & designed. The views and terrain were perfect for a hike. Would have loved to climb Green Mtn. But, because there was just so much else to enjoy, time didn't permit. This place is a gem and truly a 'natural wonder'. Will definitely tell others who plan on traveling in the area to make sure and visit. Thanks again for a totally awesome last day of our vacation. Linda & Jim (Say hello to Charlie!)

Jim & Michelle Sheehan 9/9/2013
This was our first trip to the Natural Stone Bridge, it won't be our last! The views are breath taking, a gem unlike we've ever said. Looking forward to our next visit..

Conrad - Deborah Perron 9/4/2013
This property is very special, a peaceful time with nature. We also enjoyed the adventure tour... more strenuous, wet and dirty but a tour of a lifetime.
Our accommodations were on site, the Log Cabin Retreat front, very homey and comfortable lodging.
We were so in awe of the night sky, very black with large stars, we forgot to take pictures. Here at home we have light pollution distorting this beautiful sight.
Thanks to Greg, Dee and Jen for making our stay memorable.

Antonella Baratta 8/17/2013
We stayed at the log cabin lodge on site for 2 nights and we really enjoyed the fact that we were able to revisit the Stone Bridge and Caves as often as we wanted. What an incredible place to explore. I did it 20 years ago and I am glad that I came back this time with my boys. The waterfalls, gorge, caves, guided adventure tours, gemstone mining, frisbee golf, climbing walls, dino digs, crystal quest & gold rush mines, picnic & playgrounds, butterfly exhibit and an extensive rock, fossil and gift shop, just endless stuff to do! Definitely a great place to visit. Thank you.

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