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Natural Bridge State Park

Natural Bridge State Park
McCauley Road, off Rte. 8
413-663-6392

Discover a geologic wonder at this 48 acre park. Examine the only naturally formed white marble arch and man-made white marble dam in North America, and tour an abandoned marble quarry. The "natural bridge" for which the park is named, according to geologists, is 550 million year old bedrock marble, carved into an arch by the force of glacial melt water over 13,000 years ago; one of the best places in New England to demonstrate the effects of glaciation. The bridge spans rushing Hudson Brook as it twists and tumbles through a steep 60-foot deep gorge.

Activities

Tours
Take a tour with park experts to discover how this natural wonder was formed.

Hiking
Walk above and through the breathtaking quarter-mile chasm.

All Activities at Natural Bridge State Park
Fishing
Hiking
Educational programs

Facilities at Natural Bridge State Park
Picnic areas
Restrooms
Visitor Center
Grills



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