Dingmans Falls, located in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area is a popular place that many people in the tri-state area visit year round for its beautiful seasonal views of the park.
After being closed for several months due to destruction caused by nor'easters in March, the park has finally opened, partially! Many visitors joined park employees yesterday to celebrate its opening with a ribbon cutting.
Although the park is now open, there are still areas that are awaiting repair due to downed trees and other damaged areas.
Plans to reopen the park were expected to be finished in the spring, but with a dedicated team, the job was completed sooner.
For more information on the reopening and which areas remain closed, check out the full article from the NJ Herald, here!