Sat, May 01 | Long Hill

Turtle Rock Park at Historic Stirling

One of 10 simultaneous events occurring around Morris County as part of the Pathways of History Tour. Visit one or all. A short talk will begin at the top of each hour starting at noon across from the Stirling Train Station. The last talk is at 4pm.
Registration is Closed
Turtle Rock Park at Historic Stirling

Time & Location

May 01, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Long Hill, 211 Central Ave, Stirling, NJ 07980, USA

About The Event

More than a century ago, prominent businessman Herbert Gray Torrey designed a train depot and park nestled in the small industrial village of Stirling resplendent with botanical plantings and a fountain. Unrelated, but nearby, was the Cooper family burial grounds that included the grave of Revolutionary War Captain Peter Layton.

Visit us at Stirling to hear how the park and an ancient tombstone reveal a rich and unexpected history

in Women's Rights, the creation of a new village, and the beginnings of environmental awareness.

Printable PDF about the Long Hill Township Event

Printable PDF of all of the Pathways tours 

Share This Event