The Eastern United States’ Largest Marble Cave is in Upstate New York
This awesome wonder in Upstate, New York was formed during the last Ice Age, and is attracting curious explorers from all around.
It just so happens that Natural Stone Bridge and Cave Park in Pottersville is home to the largest marble cave entrance in the Eastern United States. Adventure seekers come here to admire one of nature's amazing treasures.
Beautiful scenery, a trout brook, and a one of a kind hiking trail are just a few of the reasons to take a road trip to Pottersville, New York to see this magnificent creation.
Caves Park also has a scenic look out point, and a shop that sells petrified wood and minerals. According to Only in Your State. Com:
Natural Stone Bridge and Caves' Rock Shop has hundreds of minerals and rocks displayed for sale! Ranging in price, you'll find it hard not to leave this beautiful shop without something. The gift shop also features fossils that you won't believe are real.
Pottersville is about a 2 hour drive from Utica, so put on those hiking boots, and gear up for a day of spelunking in the Adirondacks. The caves are well lit, and there's plenty of parking.
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