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All reviews revolutionary war beautiful views of the hudson river parking area is picnic area great history benedict arnold cannon demonstration encampment blacksmith information palisades museum signage uphill replica route
The highway signage to get here—like most state historic parks in the region—is horrible, but it's worth your while to make a u-turn because there's no advance warning, and you inevitably drive past the park sign.
The little museum is well-curated, and the signs along...More
We visited here on a Tuesday when the Museum is closed so we pretty much had the place to ourselves. Lots of information about the battle and the grounds are well maintained. Would like to visit when things are in full swing as it looks...More
You will see some nice views of the river and some trails around this small site. One battle of note took place here and a good guide can give some insight into the details of the fight. I would recommend this to anyone who would...More
I love lighthouses so when I found out that my mom was admitted in a hospital five minutes from one, I had to go. However, it was closed as it is currently closed on weekends. I went back two days later and we were the...More
Stony Point Park is located high on the Palisades along the Hudson River. It's a small Park with a lighthouse, picnic facilities, museum and at times, Revolutionary War encampment.
The museum is small and takes less than an hour to explore. It has a combination...More
We've lived in the area for many years--- and finally toured it. The staff is extremely knowledgeable about the Revolutionary War--and the general history of this area. Walking from the parking area to the museum is paved, it's a bit long and steep. They let...More
We spent a very pleasant hour yesterday on a beautiful day. The signage gives a very comprehensive history not only of the importance and location of this fort during the American revolution but also on the importance of the lighthouse in the trade along the...More
No fee to enter, closes at 5pm. Short walk from the parking lot up to the battlefield. They do have a club car for those who need help walking up the hill. Beautiful grounds and well maintained. You walk the paths and can go on...More