Sandy Hook FREE access on Saturday Aug 25, means more traffic in Highlands

On August 25, 2012, in a nod to President Wilson and to the prescient contributions made by successive U.S. presidents and members of Congress, not forgetting the enlightened stewardship of NPS luminaries like Stephen T. Mather and Horace M. Albright (the first directors of the NPS – didn’t you know that??), the U.S. National Park Service is inviting members of the public to help celebrate their 96th birthday by waiving Parking fees  at Gateway National Recreation Area (Sandy Hook) for the day.

That means traffic back up on Rt 36 and Sandy Hook closing early due to reaching capacity.

Happy Birthday NPS!

One comment

  1. I know it means more traffic on 36, but that’s the weird thing about Sandy Hook – most people going there don’t have to go through Highlands at all! They just stay up on the highway!


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