Ripley's Believe it or Not once called Pratt Rock "New York's Mt. Rushmore" for its series of stone carvings depicting the life of Zadock Pratt. Pratt Rock Park has no admission fee, is open every day and permits picknicking. A clear path ascends a series of gently graded inclines to the carved cliff wall 500 feet above the road. The stonecutters hacked chairs and benches out of rocks along the way above. The sculptures and the view of the valley make the short climb more that worth the effort.