Natural Stone Bridge and Caves is one of the Adirondack Park's natural treasures. Located in Pottersville, NY, it is home to a massive stone bridge arch which is the largest marble cave entrance in the east. Visitors to Natural Stone Bridge and Caves are able to take self-guided tours and see many of the above ground unique geological features, play frisbee golf, climb on bouldering walls or more. For the most adventurous guided tours are available, in July and August, that include crawls through underground caves and a float on the waters that run through the caves. During snowy seasons Natural Stone Bridge and Caves Park also offers over 10 miles of snow shoeing trails.