What would Independence Day be without the use of Morristown National Park?
After nearly 20 months of repairs from damages made by Super Storm Sandy, a heavily-damaged portion of Morristown National Park is ready to reopen on the Fourth of July, according to dailyrecord.com.
A 2 p.m. ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held on Friday, while historian and park ranger Eric Olsen will dress in his colonial outfit to lead tours of Fort Nonsense, the report said.
The park is currently open to the public, but the official
grand re-opening will be on July 4, the report said.
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