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Allison Park: Open daylight hours. Restrooms closed for winter.
Alpine Boat Basin: Closed for winter.
Alpine Picnic Area: Grounds open daylight hours. Pavilion restrooms closed for winter (plaza restrooms open). Kearney House closed for winter.
Englewood Boat Basin: Please call 201-568-1328.
Englewood Picnic Area: Grounds open daylight hours. Snack Shack closed for winter.
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. Will be closed for winter from Dec. 1.
Henry Hudson Drive: Open daylight hours.
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. Restrooms closed for winter (Port-A-Johns available).
State Line Lookout: Grounds open daylight hours. Lookout Inn open 9:30 AM – 5 PM.
Trails: Open daylight hours.
Undercliff Picnic Area: Open daylight hours.

Sidebar last updated: November 24, 2015.
Information posted here subject to change without notice.

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The Palisades Interstate Parkway and Henry Hudson Drive have been designated a “Scenic Byway.”

Palisades Scenic Byway


To preserve, protect, and promote the Palisades Interstate Parkway and Henry Hudson Drive as beautiful scenic drives and significant attractions within the magnificent natural setting of the Palisades Interstate Park, whose founding mission was for the protection of the Palisades cliffs for the enjoyment of future generations; and to relate the contributions and importance of the byway corridor to the history of the Revolutionary War and to the rise of the American conservation movement and regional planning that led to the protection of land and historic sites for the benefit of the public.

In 2014, new signs were placed to mark the Palisades Scenic Byway, and with a grant from the Byway Program we were able to install informational signage and plant trees at all three lookout areas in the park.



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