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Dover Stone Church Meadow - Dover Plains NY
Hudson Valley

In Dover Plains, NY, a quiet village about 35 minutes east of Poughkeepsie near the Connecticut border, there is a geologic formation called the Dover Stone Church. It is a fissure in a huge chunk of rock through which a stream flows.

As you approach the Stone Church, there is this meadow with two ponds, which makes for a perfect picnic spot, changing the nature of the event from "just" a hike to see a spectacular rock formation to a pleasant afternoon's diversion.

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Uploaded: 08/08/2010
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