Grace Lord Park

Grace Lord Park

40.906869, -74.415022

Located adjacent to downtown Boonton, this park features spectacular waterfalls along the Rockaway River, as well as historic stone ruins.

Located along the cascading Rockaway River, Grace Lord Park provides a variety of recreational activities, including hiking, birding, and fishing. The park also offers a fountain, playground, swings, and a landmark gazebo. Boonton Falls is perhaps its most unique attraction which, according to the town's web site, is rivaled only by the Great Falls of Paterson. As was the case with Paterson,...

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Town of Boonton


(973) 402-9410



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September 14, 2011
Closed as a result of Hurricane Irene
Folowing is from an e-mail sent to me by a park official: "I just wanted to alert you that the path along the Rockaway River in Grace Lord Park, Boonton,  is closed until further notice.  There was SEVERE erosion along the river as a result of Hurricane Irene.  There is now a drop off of 50-80 feet from one area of the path to the river below.  The path is blocked with wooden snow fencing.  I viewed it from the other side of the river myself yesterday, I was near tears.  That naturally, beautiful river bank is now a scraped and scoured 60 foot wall of soil."  .
Phil McLewin
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