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Taking a friend for a hike is a great way to enjoy a day along one of the Scenic Byways through the Adirondack Park

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Historic Stone Church and Meeting House

Central Adirondack Trail, State Rt. 82 and State Rt. 12, near Remsen in Oneida County

The Stone Church, Capel Cerrig, is listed on the New York State and National Registers of Historic Places and includes one of the largest Welsh libraries in the U.S.

The Utica area was a principal area of Welsh settlement in the U.S. and this one of four Welsh chapels remaining in the Remsen-Steuben area, which at one time held scores of Welsh churches of various denominations. The Stone Meeting House and Church is the only remaining Welsh church structure built of native limestone. It can be found at Prospect Street in Remsen. For more information, call 315-831-8481.

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Closest Byway:Central Adirondack Trail
Distance from Byway:near
Closest Route #:State Rt. 82 and State Rt. 12
Indoors or Outdoors:both
Admission Fee:no
URL:Historic Stone Church and Meeting House website


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