Address: 2155 Fox Gap Rd, Bangor, PA 18013, USA
This is a beautiful, quiet park with amazing stone structures.
Was a nice place to spend a few hours walking through the woods admiring the stone structures.
This place is a little hidden gem in the Poconos. Tucked away before Bangor is a park with different trails and rock structures. It is a great place to go and get lost among the trees and the stones. This is a great place to meditate and listen to wildlife around us. There are plenty of places on the trails that would allow you to sit and listen or observe.
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We gladly welcome our four-legged visitors as well as the two. As noted above, please do keep dogs on the leash, and kindly remember to pick up after them.
I found the map very unreliable...not to scale. It's just a rendering of approximate locations for various important sites.
No Kirkridge Retreat is totally separate. You can stop in their office and ask for info. They host different retreats throughout the year. However, there is a labrynth that is on both properties that they share and you are able to walk it.
Free of charge amd tons of trails to walk and soghts to see. I loved the labyrinth there.
Columcille is a place for peaceful reflection and retreat from the world. We ask that folks leave their firearms outside of the Park.
Yes Columcille is open ... our Bealtainne Celebration on 5/01/22.. with a donation at the gate .also no pets are allowed on celebration days.
Up the hill, through Thor's gate, walk towards Kirkridge. When you got the rope boundary, turn left. There's a small path that'll lead you there.
There are actually a few picnic tables near the entrance, and they are also covered by a roof to provide shade
Columcille Megalith Park is open from dawn to dusk, 365 days a year.
There is a porta potty right next to the grey shed by the picnic pavilion.
Yes. In fact it's a great place for the whole family. They just ask that you are quiet and respectful while visiting. Beautiful, tranquil place to walk around and experience nature
There is a suggested donation of $10 for adults and $5 for children. The park is a private park and is entirely supported through donations and other contributions.
While we have many walking paths, none are for biking. Bikes are not allowed in the park. Ryan Sullivan Vice President of Public Relations and Outreach Columcille Inc.
No charge for entrance. Donate if you can...be respectful...enjoy.
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