- Jogging / Running
- Picnic / Sitting Area
- Walking Paths
Parks & Gardens:
- Historic Area
Fort Lee Historic Park is a 33-acre cliff-top park area with scenic overlooks, a reconstructed Revolutionary War encampment, and a Visitor Center. The entrance to Fort Lee Historic Park is on Hudson Terrace immediately south of the George Washington Bridge.
Things to See & Do
The Visitor Center is open Wednesday through Sunday, 10 AM 4:45 PM, with exhibits, gift shop, 150-seat auditorium, restrooms, beverage vending machine, and a water fountain. It is closed on holidays except for Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Labor Day.
At the north end of the Historic Park, two overlooks command spectacular views of the George Washington Bridge, the Hudson River, and the skyline of upper Manhattan. Restrooms and a drinking fountain are available in season.
In the southern portion of the Historic Park, winding pathways lead past a reconstructed blockhouse to gun batteries and firing steps. Opposite the barbette battery, authentically recreated eighteenth-century soldiers and officers huts, with a well, woodshed, and baking oven, serve as the focal point for interpretive programs.
Admission & Guidelines
Metered parking is in effect at Fort Lee Historic Park-- 8 AM 6 PM, 7 days a week, year-round (including holidays)
Mon. Fri. $1/hr. for the first 3 hrs., then $2/hr.
Sat. & Sun. $5 for the first 3 hrs., then $2/hr.
All days: $20 each bus.
Pets are not permitted.
Bicycles are not permitted beyond the parking area.
Hours / Season of Operation
Historic Park grounds are open daily during daylight hours.