|Address:||Laurel Grove Cemetery, Montague Township, NY 07827, USA|
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Located at the tip of Carpenters Point, a peninsula of land between the Delaware and Neversink Rivers the Tri-state Monument marks the convergence of NJ, NY, PA state lines. For almost 100 years, battles were fought between settlers over the NY-NJ boundary, until King George III, settled the matter by royal charter. A bit sadly this spot of geographical and historic interest, has been run over by progress as its located underneath the I-84 bridge over the Delaware R.. Despite this intrusion of the modern age a visit here is lovely as you must cross through the historic and beautiful Laurel Grove Cemetery. Special Note: The entrance is not marked. Turn into Laurel Grove Cemetery, which is the 1st left turn after crossing the steel truss bridge over the Neversink R. on US6 W.
A beautiful place to visit on the way to NY from PA. Stop by the greenhouse and cemetery during your visit, and enjoy the monument. Too bad the monument has been vandalised (way mark is missing). Its cool to stand on three great States at the same time!
Monumental event for me and kids... used to say 2 places at one time... now 3 places at one time... thanks to the beautiful couple Richard and Sheila for taking us here. Thank God for a beautiful experience....
Great piece of history, and very nice view! Navigation doesnt bring you right to here, you must drive through the cemetery to get to this spot!
Not exactly where the lat/long suggests it should be, but, since all three states agreed to this marker as being the official tri-point...it is!
Great site! A hidden gem of the tri-state area! No crowd, highway noise was actually quiet as well!
Its safe to say that I have been in three places at once.,
its cool its pretty gross and ghetto there
great little piece of history
Rocco G Nazzaro
Great place of history.