To ensure your safety and to protect sensitive historic and natural resources in the park, please abide by these trail use rules and regulations:
Trails are designated for certain uses, as shown on the trail map, in order to prevent resource damage. Using trails for un-designated uses damages resources and is prohibited. Some former trails have been closed to public use because they were either unsafe and cannot be made safe, or because using the trails destroys natural or historic resources. If a trail is not shown on the park map, it is closed and public use is not permitted. Please be a part of protecting your natural and cultural heritage by staying off closed trails.
- Off-trail use by bicycles causes profound damage to cultural and natural resources and is prohibited.
- Parking is permitted only in areas shown on the map. Parking on the grass damages cultural and natural resources and is prohibited.
- The use of skates, in-line skates, skateboards, and roller skis endangers other trail users and is prohibited throughout the park.
- Trail use is at your own risk. Please use caution when using the trails as you may come in contact with raised roots, ice, and other naturally occurring elements.
View a complete list of Morristown National Historical Park's Rules and Regulations.
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