Mount Jack is mostly a wooded bluff and river banks along the Delaware comprised of four non-contiguous parcels. The easternmost parcel, which is woolands and farmland, is landlocked by private property and is not accessible. The southernmost parcel includes river access, but sustained major flood damage, which eliminated most parking areas. Parking for one or two cars is available along Riverton Road near the former river access drive.Location: Upper Mount Bethel Township
Open: Sunrise to sunset.
Activities: Fishing, birdwatching, hunting.
Amenities: Flood damaged access drive to river, now closed to vehicles, provides rough foot trail to Mill Creek and Delaware River.
Watershed: Mill Creek, two unnamed tributaries and Delaware River.
Directions: Riverton Road and River Road.
GPS Coordinates: 40.837304, -75.097054
Area: 61 Acres
Owned by: Northampton County
Pets: Must be on a leash less than six feet in length.
Environmental Features: Steep wooded riverside bluff; Mill Creek, two unnamed tributaries, Delaware River frontage; located in the Mount Jack Natural Heritage Area.
Future Plans: Repair river access drive and condut a feasibility study to determine if a County-owned riverfront park is appropriate at this location.