Ranger-guided walking tours are offered daily May – October.
Space is limited.
For schedule, availability and to reserve tickets visit www.Recreation.gov
Join the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for a ranger-guided walking tour of the Mount Morris Dam to learn how the dam works and the significance of this engineering marvel.
Still an active, working dam, a limited number of visitors can participate in a walking tour. A walking tour is ideal for active visitors with an interest in engineering and natural resource management.
Please note: The ranger-guided walking tour is not considered accessible for individuals using a wheelchair or with mobility limitations due to the very steep walkway used to access the top of the dam, which ascends and descends over 100 feet in elevation on a 10% grade. Total walking distance is approximately 1 mile and may be considered somewhat strenuous.
Good to know:
- Reservations: Pre-arrival reservations are strongly recommended and can be booked on www.Recreation.gov up to 7 days in advance until 9:45am ET on the morning of the ranger-guided walking tour.
- Fees: Mount Morris Dam and Recreation Area does not charge nor collect any fees for participation in tours, however, Recreation.gov charges a non-refundable reservation service fee of $1 per ticket.