6 thoughts on “Washington Walked Here”

  1. People and pet owners be careful, though. Deer ticks run rampant out there. It’s a fantastic walk and the trails are fun, but the warning signs posted are easily missed.

  2. If you are looking for something different to do in the park, the Amateur Astronomers Association of Princeton maintains an observatory in the park with two telescopes. The observatory is open for public viewing on Friday evenings from 8:00pm to 11:00pm from April to the end of October, weather permitting. Volunteers from the club show celestial objects through the telescopes and answer questions about our universe. The observatory phone number is 609-737-2575.

  3. Are park guests allowed to swim across the river from Pennsylvania to New Jersey?
    Editor’s response: I have a vague recollection of no swimming signs on the NJ bank. However, there are almost never any park rangers there. Personally, I wouldn’t want to swim across as speed boats go up and down, and I’d be afraid they might not see me swimming.

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