Bucks County
Ringing Rocks Park

Ringing Rocks Park

Add a touch of natural wonder to your Bucks County journey with Ringing Rocks Park in Upper Black Eddy.

  • Ringing Rocks Park

Venture into the mysterious 128-acre boulder field where all of the rocks ring like a bell when struck. Bring a hammer to take a swing and experience the wonders of Mother Nature at work. Then, go for a short but beautiful hike to discover the largest waterfall in Bucks County!

The park is a great spot for a gorgeous picnic break as you study the surrounding nature and geological formation.

  • Ringing Rocks Park
  • Ringing Rocks Park

Ralph Stover State Park is only 1 of 3 state-run rock climbing areas in Pennsylvania. The scenic overlooks of the Tohickon Creek Gorge at High Rocks Vista offer fantastic views of the creek flowing below, which splits Ralph Stover State Park in two. Ranging from 30 ft to 150 ft high and extending about ¾ mile long, High Rocks offers close to 100 climbing routes consisting mostly of top rope and traditional climbing. 

Visitors can also take a scenic trip along the Delaware River on nearby River Road. The area is the perfect place to watch the fall foliage turn. Stay at a nearby bed and breakfast to make it a weekend getaway!