This landmark boulder sitting high atop the Second Mountain is the centerpiece of a stunning environment, as well as the focus of local stories and history concerning its use as an important meeting site. No written records have been found about early activities at The White Rock. However, according to stories that have been handed down from generation to generation, The White Rock was supposedly one of the first religious meeting places in Verona in the early 1800s.
For many years the land around and below the White Rock was cleared, thus providing an excellent view of the Verona Valley. Today, the landmark boulder sits in obscurity shrouded by trees that protect it from the modern sights and sounds in the valley below.