Grey Rocks is a waterfront park with a 1.5 mile trail system with bridges and observation platforms, and a ramp for non-motorized boating. Centrally located on the beautiful and wild Cockermouth River delta and bracketed by the Hebron Marsh and Paradise Point conservation areas, Grey Rocks was donated to the NLRA by the McLane family in 2011.
Things you can do at Grey Rocks:
- Launch non-motorized, carry-in boats at our ramp. Paddling is perhaps the best way to fully appreciate the subtle wonders of Grey Rocks as a gateway to Newfound Lake!
- Take a Newfound Eco-Tour
- Fish (licenses required for ages 16 and older)
- Walk to Grey Rocks Point for serenity, scenery and wildlife viewing.
To support this effort and future improvements to the property, we invite you to buy a board on our bridge where you can list your family’s name or any message with up to 25 text characters. We hope that you will continue to enjoy the Grey Rocks property, and will share your ideas for its future with us. Call 603-744-8689 or email us.