Namanock Picnic Area

While nothing remains today, this was the site of Fort Namanock during the French and Indian War (1754-1763). Forts in this time and era were little more than a sturdy house with a wooden defensive fence surrounding it. Namanock currently serves as a picnic area, with river views glimpsed through the surrounding woods. A boat launch is adjacent to the picnic area. 

Picnic and restroom facilities are available.

Location

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Nearby
Latitude: 41.255348 Longitude: -74.844887 Elevation: 394 ft
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DEWA Interpretation

Seasons Open

Year-Round

Visitor Fees

Free

Pet Friendly Notes

Pets are permitted in most areas of the park and must be on a 6-foot leash at all times. Pets may not be tied to an object and left unattended or left in a vehicle. Please clean up after your pet. Report lost pets to the park communication center at (570) 426-2457.

National Park Service regulations exempt service animals, such as guide dogs for the blind and signal dogs for the hearing-impaired, from pet prohibitions.

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