Welcome to the Palisades Interstate Park in New Jersey

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Allison Park: Open daylight hours.
Alpine Boat Basin: Gas dock open Mon. to Thurs. 9 AM – 4:30 PM, Fri. to Sun. 9 AM – 5:30 PM. Current gas price: $2.80/gal.
Alpine Picnic Area: Grounds open daylight hours. Kearney House open most weekend & holiday afternoons.
Englewood Boat Basin: Please call 201-568-1328.
Englewood Picnic Area: Grounds open daylight hours. Snack Shack open 10 AM – 6 PM.
Fort Lee Historic Park: Grounds open daylight hours. Metered parking (rates). Visitor Center open Weds. to Sun., 10 AM – 4:45 PM.
Greenbrook Sanctuary: Open daylight hours, membership required.
Hazard’s Ramp: Open daylight hours. Sat., Oct. 10: closed to the general public until early afternoon.
Henry Hudson Drive: Open daylight hours. Sat., Oct. 10: expect closures at southern end until early afternoon.
Palisades Interstate Parkway in New Jersey: Open 24 hrs.
Park Headquarters: Administrative offices open Mon. to Fri., 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM except New Jersey State holidays. Parkway Police desk staffed at all times: 201-768-6001. Click here for Court information.
Ross Dock Picnic Area: Grounds open daylight hours. Sat., Oct. 10: closed to the general public until early afternoon.
State Line Lookout: Grounds open daylight hours. Lookout Inn open Mon. to Fri. 9:30 AM – 5 PM, Sat. & Sun. 9:30 AM – 6 PM.
Trails: Open daylight hours.
Undercliff Picnic Area: Open daylight hours.

Sidebar last updated: October 8, 2015.
Information posted here subject to change without notice.

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On the western shore of the Hudson River in Bergen County, New Jersey, we are part of more than 100,000 acres of parklands and historic sites in New York and New Jersey managed by the Palisades Interstate Park Commission. The two states formed the Commission in 1900 to stop the defacement of the Palisades by stone quarries, which were blasting the famous cliffs into crushed stone.

Our album page has galleries of the Palisades as a National Natural Landmark, as a National Historic Landmark — and as seen by our visitors. (You can also follow us on Instagram!)

The Palisades Interstate Park in New Jersey is about 12 miles long, a half-mile wide, and encompasses 2,500 acres of wild Hudson River shorefront, uplands, and cliffs.

Visitors find within this park more than 30 miles of hiking and ski trails, a boat launching ramp, a scenic riverside drive, a cliff-top parkway and overlooks, riverfront picnic areas and playgrounds, a nature sanctuary, two boat basins, historic sites — and mile after mile of rugged woodlands and vistas just minutes from midtown Manhattan.

The Palisades Interstate Park is a National Historic Landmark and the Palisades are a National Natural Landmark.

The Long Path and Shore Trail are National Recreation Trails.

Thanks to the efforts of far-thinking people over a century ago and since, the New Jersey Palisades today belong to all of us. These pages were created to help you and others enjoy this great National Landmark.

This page last updated: October 8, 2015

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Some of our favorite park events are held in the evening… Above, a harvest moon rises above a bonfire we hosted at Alpine Picnic Area. Below, the great sounds of Americana from “Tom’s Dream” rounded out our “Music on the Rocks” outdoor concert series at State Line Lookout.

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