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    This was a good pit stop for a long day of driving but I wouldn’t go out of my way to visit it. The scenery was nice but the price was a little high for basically an hour long hiking trail. You get to see inside a few caves but you don’t really get to go in them. The rock shop was pretty cool though. We didn’t go on an adventure tour. That seemed like it would be much more enjoyable but we didn’t have the time for that during our trip.

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    Had a great time doing the Stone Bridge Adventure Tour. There was some spelunking, going into caves with water, floating in a river. It was a unique experience. The guides were great and the other trails and rock store were an extra bonus.

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    Great place for an easy hike with the kids. The scenery is very nice and the price was reasonable. You spend most of the time walking outside, though, so if you’re looking for a true underground cave, go elsewhere.

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    Very nice caves with about 45 minutes of trails to wonder. Yes there are a good number of people usually, and it is almost 15 dollars per adult, but there is a ton to trail work done here. It gives you a good mix between a true hike in the wilderness, and a walking path. Over all it is something worth seeing.

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    We did the hike, which was a lot of fun. Great views, amazing rocks.The stairs may be challenging small children.