Is Natural Bridge Trail open?
Natural Bridges Trail. Hours Open: Day use only: dawn until dusk daily. The Natural Bridges trail is a beautiful two-mile round trip hike will lead you to spectacular limestone caverns that have been carved out by Coyote Creek which feeds into New Melones Lake.
How much does it cost to go to Natural Bridge?
It has also been designated a National Historic Landmark, a Virginia Historic Landmark and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Bridge Tickets are $9 for adults and $7 for kids ages 6-12. Children 5 and under are free. Gates are open from 8: a.m. until dusk.
Do you have to pay to hike at Natural Bridge?
No fee or permit is required to hike to the Upper Natural Bridge, so get out and enjoy! To get to the trailhead: Take Highway 4 to the town of Vallecito (4.5 miles east of Angels Camp and 3.3 miles south of Murphys) and turn south on Parrots Ferry Road.
Is Natural Bridge free?
Admission per person is $6 for ages 6-12 and $8 for those 13 and older. On April 1, fees will increase to $6 for ages 3-12 and $9 for those 13 and older. Virginia Department of Transportation study of Rt. 11, which runs atop Natural Bridge.
How long is Natural Bridge Walk?
Natural Bridge Circuit is a one-kilometre circuit walking trail through the subtropical rainforest in the beautiful Numinbah Valley. You will walk through the beautiful forest where you can look out for skinks and lace monitors, beautiful rainforest birds and even pademelons.
Is Natural Bridge open at night?
The Natural Bridges Visitor Center is typically open daily, 9 am to 4 pm.
How much is the sky lift at Natural Bridge?
The ticket price for adults is $10 and for kids it is $7. As you sky lift you can feel the rash of adrenaline enjoying the amazing views on your way. The distance to the top is about 600 ft.
How long does it take to go through Natural Bridge?
Most visitors spend at least two to three hours exploring Natural Bridges. Plan on stopping at the visitor center and touring the paved, one-way Bridge View Drive (9 miles/14.5 km) with overlooks of all three bridges.
Can you swim at Natural Bridge?
Swimming isn’t allowed at the Natural Bridge but if seeing the river has made you want to take a refreshing dip there’s a Forest Park Rest Area a few minutes back down the road. If you walk past the picnic area and follow the path at the back it’ll take you down to the river and a great swimming hole.
Are dogs allowed at Natural Bridge?
The park’s plants, animals, and all natural and cultural features are protected by law. DOGS are allowed only in the parking lots and picnic areas, but NOT on the beach and trails (except for service animals). All dogs must be on a six-foot maximum leash and under human control at all times.