To preserve, protect, and promote the wonders of nature and the availability of wholesome family entertainment and education within scenic central Pennsylvania.
The adjacent park includes a pavilion, playground, concession stand, picnic tables, camping and recreational areas, restrooms, and an open-air stage that are all open to the public. Currently, the concession stand serves visitors on most weekends and the park is open daily from dawn until dusk. Camping and electric are available for a nominal fee. Weddings, rock climbing groups and tours are welcome with advance notice requested by the Bilger's Rocks Association.
Sandstone formations and recreational areas located in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
Located near Grampian, Pennsylvania in Bloom Township, the geological formations known as Bilger's Rocks is a breathtaking scenic wonder featuring caves, cliffs, passageways, climbing routes, and other unusual features estimated to be between 316-320 million years old. Formed in 1988 by a group of local citizens to both preserve and promote the area, the Association hosts events that feature a variety of entertainment and historical education activities including Halloween Hayrides, Civil War reenactments, Bluegrass festivals, nature studies, guided tours, family reunions, weddings, and children's days.
Designated Wild Plant Sanctuary, Pennsylvania Department of Conservation of Natural Resources; April, 2013