This family adventure, especially fun for children, includes two quarter-mile walks along mostly level trails with some rocky sections. The first walk takes you to a 30-foot waterfall, the largest in Bucks County. The other takes you to the famous ringing rocks boulder field. The origins of the field, generally believed to be volcanic, have also been the source of fanciful explanations such as radioactivity, meteorites, comets, and even the paranormal. To add to your experience, bring along a hammer. When the ringing rocks are struck, the sound is similar to a bell. Sturdy footwear is recommended. The walk is appropriate for children of all ages. Dogs on leash are welcome. Bring binoculars/camera. Bathrooms: portable toilets. Directions: Take I-78 to Exit 75 (Easton). Follow the signs to Route 611 and then south to Route 32. Go south on Route 32 for 2 miles to Narrows Hill Road. Turn right and go a half-mile to Ringing Rocks Road. Turn left and go 0.9 miles to the parking area on the left. We will meet in the parking area. Parking is limited.