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As far as rocks go. This one is BIG! NOT the most colorful rock but makes up for it in size. Was told you are supposed to kiss like the Blarney Stone but still working up the courage! You GO Glen Rock, your rock sets...More
I am not sure why TripAdvisor would ask about reviewing a rock but here goes. When people who know Glen Rock somewhat ask where I live it is usually in relation the the rock. This has been a gathering place for hundreds of years. Take...More
Glaciers moved this enormous "rock" and deposited it in the valley. Local indigenous tribes worshipped at this site as it was felt to have unique powers. It currently sits off of the intersection of Rock Road and Doremus Avenue in Glen Rock.
There's some question about the origin of this rock, technically known as an erratic. Some sources -- they tend to be a bit older -- argue for the Hudson's Bay Area. More recent sources think it originated near Poughkeepsie. In either case, it came a...More
famous symbol of glen rock. was an indian meeting place, and located on many revolutionary war maps. this was a glacial boulder that the ice moved down from the Hudson river about 20 miles. It was featured in a national geographic article about these kinds...More
This Rock is large, brownish and sturdy. It is nice looking so what else am I supposed to say it is a Rock. It is not like the Rock of Gibraltar. Don't hit it with your car. What? It's a rock, I think I am...More
As far as rocks go, this is a pretty big one. It is easy enough to get to and there was no waiting. Ample parking is availble at the train station near by. Food is available also at a shopping area off Main Street. There...More
Listed as one of the top ten towns to visit in New Jersey, I have a long family history here. It has everything you could want in a small town! The rock, itself, was a tribal meeting place for several Native peoples. It wasn't unusual...More