henry hudson trail

henry hudson trailPHOTO: Bayshore Trail  (AHHerald file photo)

ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ –  According to a ranger at Bayshore Waterfront Park, the Henry Hudson Trail has been closed since April 8. The section in Atlantic Highlands, called the Bayshore Trail was open only for transportation between Atlantic Highlands and neighboring Highlands.

On nice days the trail has been overcrowded making it impossible to maintain social distancing.  As a result, the Bayshore Trail has been ordered closed.

According to a facebook notice from Atlantic Highlands Police Department, “effective immediately the Henry Hudson Trail has been ordered closed to all by Governor Murphy.”

“This could not be the only County or State park left open, and not be overcrowded.


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“Please continue to practice social distancing and follow all of the orders that are in place so that we can get through this pandemic as safely and quickly as possible.

“Please do not travel to Atlantic Highlands to use the Henry Hudson Trail.”

 

Please continue to practice social distancing and follow all of the orders that are in place so that we can get through this pandemic as safely and quickly as possible.

Please do not travel to Atlantic Highlands to use the Henry Hudson Trail.


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Allan Dean

Allan Dean is editor, publisher, and founder of the Atlantic Highlands Herald. Published since 1999 and selected in 2000 by the Borough of Atlantic Highlands as one of their official newspapers, making...