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We drove up to the top of the hill to where the remnants of the fort would have been. Today nothing is there. Except for a artillery gun that faces the town. But if you are looking for great panoramic views of the town, it...更多
Don't expect to spend a lot of time here. It's very nice but very small. You get nice views of the area as it's high on a small "hill" and therefore the site of a lookout during the revolution;ution. If you work nearby, it might...更多
This site is the location where Washington set up a forward post to keep an eye on any British military movements. The site is on the very high ground near current downtown Morristown and has a great view towards the Watchung Mtns. Though it is...更多
The story of Fort Nonsense is that the Revolutionary War soldiers needed to be kept busy so they started building a fort on the highest point in Morristown; however, the fort was never built. There is an outline of where the fort was supposed to...更多
Fort Nonsense is the highest elevation site in Morristown. It was used during the Revolutionary War by Washington to secure the town in the event of attack. It is now a small park, little noticed, on the south side of town. In the winter it...更多
There's not much to see here - some cannon and a few descriptive signs. Bring binoculars to get a better look at the New York City skyline and you'll see why they used this as a vantage point to look for British troops coming in...更多
Only a redoubt boundary exists here at this part of the NPS. There are a few picnic tables and some signage. You can skip this part of the driving tour and wouldn't miss anything.
This is just a nice mountain overlook with a view of the east. Not much to see here, mainly just a place to walk with a few historic markers.