Lincoln Harbor Park is located on the Weehawken, NJ waterfront, a few minutes from the Lincoln Tunnel. Please find us on Google Maps.
There is no physical address for the park so if you are using GPS, enter Lincoln Harbor Park for your destination. The Park is just north of the Chart House Restaurant Pier. It is also very close to Whole Foods Market.
It is a short walk from the NY Waterway Lincoln Harbor Ferry. If coming by ferry, please note that there are two ferry destinations in Weehawken—Lincoln Harbor and Port Imperial. Please be sure to take the Lincoln Harbor Ferry as Port Imperial is a mile north of Lincoln Harbor Park.
NJ Transit bus # 158 also stops near Lincoln Harbor Park. Ask the driver to let you know when you are approaching the stop.
Parking is no longer available in the large outdoor lot as it is currently under construction.
Free parking is still available. The easiest option is to park at the gravel parking lot in front of the Weehawken Swimming Pool Complex which is 800 feet to the north of Lincoln Harbor Park.
Also, parking will be available starting at 6 PM in the indoor parking structure above Whole Foods with the entrance off of Waterfront Terrace (basically across the street from the Light Rail Station. However, you can only access the indoor parking by driving north on Waterfront Terrace from 19th Street. Make the first right turn and an immediate left and pull up to the gate. There should be a Weehawken Parking Authority representative to help in case of any confusion. And there is also a call button at the gate in case there is a problem. Also, keep in mind that you must leave the lot by 10 PM or you will be charged.
Please do not park in the Whole Foods lot as you will run the risk of being towed, especially after the store closes at 9 PM.
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Free Parking is available for concertgoers with disabilities. There is limited curbside parking directly next to the park if you arrive early enough. If there are no spots available, please seek assistance from the police officers on site.
There are curb cuts at the entrance to the park near the Chart House Restaurant Pier.
Please note that the seating area is on grass.
A port-o-john is available for patrons with disabilities.
Assistive Listening Devices can be provided with two week's notice. Patrons requiring assistance should contact HRPAC at 201-430-6881 or e-mail email@example.com.
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If you are not feeling well or have a fever, please stay home.
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