Natural Stone Bridge and Caves, Pottersville

Two oceans, billions of sea creatures, intense metamorphosis, an unusual fault and melting glaciers have exposed some of the oldest marble in North America to form some of the youngest caves in the Adirondacks. A hands-on geological NY wonder and long time favorite of earth science classes, come explore the largest marble cave entrance in the east. Arrange to visit Natural Stone Bridge and Caves and other attractions in Pottersville using our Pottersville day trip planning app .
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  • We were looking for something different to see and this fit the bill. Great views and the caves were pretty cool. Doesn't take very long to complete  more »
  • Neat place to explore for all ages. There is a designated walk way through the whole place. Several different areas you can wander off the path to check out designated caves. Some caves you can see...  more »
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