Panama Rocks Park
Come explore an enchanting world of towering rocks, deep crevices and passageways, cool, cavernous dens, and small caves! Grotesque roots snake down the rocks and delicate ferns, mosses, and lichens add to Panama Rock's unique, jungle-like charm. The forest at Panama Rocks is recognized and included in The Sierra Club's Guide to the Ancient Forests of the Northeast.
The rock formations are surrounded by a one mile long hiking trail (self guided - off-trail exploring is allowed). The trail at Panama Rocks is not difficult and people of all ages can enjoy it, but it is a hiking trail, there are a few moderate inclines over short distances, it goes near cliffs and crevices, and rocks and tree roots make it inaccessible to wheelchairs and strollers.
Panama Rocks is open from mid-May to mid-October, daily, 10am to 5pm. Adult supervision required; admission charge; no pets.
More info at www.panamarocks.com.