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Historic Site

Interesting place to pause at along the road. Not really a destination, but historical oddity... read more

Reviewed 23 June 2016
David W
,
Canton, United States
Nice litle roadside park

Amusing story about the origins of the name for Sunday Rock. In the old horse and buggy days, when... read more

Reviewed 23 May 2016
Mornseer
,
Potsdam, New York
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23 Jun 2016
“Historic Site”
23 May 2016
“Nice litle roadside park”
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State Highway 56, South Colton, NY
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Reviewed 23 June 2016

Interesting place to pause at along the road. Not really a destination, but historical oddity - separated "civilization" from logging community.

Thank David W
Reviewed 23 May 2016

Amusing story about the origins of the name for Sunday Rock. In the old horse and buggy days, when people went south on NY 56 they reached Sunday Rock and in effect were entering the "outback," where clothes, language and manners were less clean.

Thank Mornseer
Reviewed 21 March 2013

Just a big rock with some local history/flavor. Apparently, during settlement period of this area, it was said that their was "No Sundays west of this Rock" due to the lack of civilization. A 5 min stop at most. Great place to stretch the legs...More

Thank mcmatthews
Reviewed 27 July 2012

Stop for a picinic, lunch or a break from driving to learn a little history from the logging days. Nothing spectacular, but it is a spot that is mostly overlooked by anyone who drives by it.

Thank BenGruda
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