The trail is one of the groomed trails in Rockwood Park. This is a very short hike but to one of the most used caves in Southern NB. The cave openings are quite small. A stream runs completely thru the cave starting at the entrance. Rockwood Park offers guided tours of the cave as well as one other for only $25 per person. The cave opening is at: N 45Â° 18.0174 W 066Â° 03.033
If you plan to go caving please been prepared. For more information on this cave go to the New Brunswick Museum on Douglas Ave. in Saint John and ask for this publication: (1) Arseneault, S.P., Schroeder,J., Berube, D., and Albert,R. 1997. The Caves of Southwestern New Brunswick. New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy Open File 97-7.
Find your way to Rockwood Park and Drive up past Lily Lake and left at the duck pond. Take the road up past the campground on the right to the parking lot near the Clean Air Trail. Take the Clean Air Trail to the point where it curves back. Then take the paved and gravel trail to the caves.
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Posted By: Kaidumo
- Mon Mar 30 16:36:45 UTC 2015
UpsideMy first real caving experience. Challenging, but loads of fun. DownsideMight be hard to spot if you don't know what to look for. CommentI shot a short documentary about this cave, check it out! https://youtu.be/jxPJn7ZypZ8
Posted By: mingy
- Mon Apr 17 17:32:28 UTC 2006
Upsidethe waterfalls inside are amazing. Downsidevery very wet!! CommentMy favorite in this area.
Posted By: amicus
- Fri Feb 17 00:52:59 UTC 2006
Upsidebetter than green head cave. Downside***********WET********* Commentsave rockwood park!!!!!!!