Hiking the Road to Ruins
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About The Event
With Spring in the Air
We Love hiking, so why not Hike to a True Adventure..
Aa "Ghost Town" an Historical Abandoned Area...
There is a place, a very dark place.
There are tunnels located at the top of Clausland Mountain in Orangeburg.
My friend took me there about four years ago.
He said the tunnels were originally built as an army base during WWI in case of invasion. They were also used for drills and training. There are miles of tunnels throughout the mountain. Visible concrete walls run through the woods. Each tunnel also has another tunnel under it. There are many secret caverns and rooms throughout the passageways. There are also bomb shelter rooms and rooms under rooms called hell holes.
So sprawled over 321 acres of Blauvelt State Park on the slopes of Clausland Mountain lies the ruins of a pre-World War One rifle range known as Camp Bluefields. Now totally abandoned, these "army tunnels" and the surrounding area were once a buzzing hive of activity eighty years ago.
Many times people say the whole place is haunted.
If you join us, we will take a shuttle bus both ways.
45 min Ride each way- on the bus
(Round Trip Transportation and tip for the driver. )
The Price is $32.00 pp for Shuttle Bus R/Trip w a tip for the driver.
Its an easy hike , 4 miles Round trip w Minimal Elevations
You should bring Water, Camera, cells phones, Comforting walking shoes and flashlights-
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
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