Scenic vistas exist at the Fort Nonsense Unit of the park. Fort Nonsense was the site of an earthwork fortification built by Washington's troops in the Spring of 1777. It's purpose was to protect the main roads leading north and south and the military storehouses in Morristown.
The current view to the east and southeast include the center of Morristown and allow visitors to see the relationship of the fort to the town green, where supplies were located, Washington’s Headquarters at the Ford Mansion, had the protective nature of the Watchung Ridge and New York City approximately 30 miles away.
Did You Know?
The tea that was thrown into Boston Harbor by the Sons of Liberty in December 1773 was a mixture of Ceylonese and Darjeeling. The same tea can still be purchased from the original blending house, Davison Newsom of London.