A controversial site with rock formations arranged in ways that suggests early cultures may have used it for religious/ceremonial purposes, with standing stones that line up astronomically. Rock tunnels are of particular interest to children to climb and explore and it’s a nice walk in the woods or a place to exercise your imagination. Other theories ponder more recent construction, including what would be a rather elaborate root cellar arrangement. As a side mention, they also raise Alpacas—no petting, they’re behind a fence, but very cute to watch. Note: Being camalids, just be aware that annoyed Alpacas can spit.
Snow shoe ops in the winter, though we couldn’t find info on whether they charge their admission prices for same.
Admission: Adults $11, Seniors (65+) $9.50, Children 6-12 $7.50, ages 5 and under, free.
Hours: 9-5 Daily.
105 Haverhill Road