Natural Bridge and Caves Park
May 30, 2016 7:18am CST
Thanks to @crazyhorseladycx and @DaddyEvil I finally found out how to get a video on YouTube. I know I've tried before and I'm not sure I did it right but Wa-La my video seems to be on and working on YouTube. So this is a test! I am going to invite all my friends on myLot to check it out. Last summer, while camping in the Adirondack Mountains in New York we visited this Natural Bridge and Caves Park. It sort of looked like a tourist trap, we found it by accident, never heard of it before. But my sister and I looked at each other and said – what the heck, we're here ....and we loved it. We hiked around the trails and found it fun and fascinating. It also helped it had just opened for the day and we were almost first! (no crowds) Fingers Crossed the video shows up!
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• Momence, Illinois
2 Jun 16
@PainsOnSlate I'm hoping for many marvelous wonders, then I get to see the photos So how did you get a video on here please explain. I would love to be able to share. I am going to put a link on this comment see if it works. yup that worked. I did this video 5 years ago.
30 May 16
Here 's more info. It was a treat to find something so beautiful an quiet by accident.
The largest cave entrance in eastern United States and finest cave attraction in the Adirondack park, close to Lake George in Up
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30 May 16
@HazySue Do you camp in the Adirondacks? As a child my parents took us camping often several times a summer all over the Adirondacks. My sister and I started our own yearly camping on the Sacandaga River with our very small children. They are all grown but still join us when they can. We love Camping!
2 Jun 16
The trick for me was to go to YouTube and copy the address at the top, then go to my post and paste the address into the discussion. If that isn't what you meant feel free to ask again. I am still very new at this and the one who helped me was DaddyEvil .
1 Jun 16
It was fun to visit it. Both my sister and I use walking sticks when we hike so we had them with us. Before we paid we asked an older employee is it was friendly to older people and would we be comfortable walking the trails. She Said yes, there were hundreds of natural and man made benches along the trails and the stairs going up or down to another level were big and safe. We were surprised how beautiful it was.