Sculptured Rocks Natural Area
Sculptured Rocks Natural Area is a unique example of nature's powerful yet delicate artistry. The Cockermouth River carved a narrow canyon in bedrock on its way to Newfound Lake, beginning as the last ice age drew to a close. Nature used grains of sand suspended in the current to carve the walls of the canyon into curious shapes and create potholes in the bedrock.
Location: Between Routes 3A and 118
Activities: Picnicking, swimming, hiking
Operation Schedule: Year round
Acreage: 272 acres