Grey Rocks trails are constructed and ready for public use. Please visit the conservation area and take a look around our 1.5 mile trail system with bridges and observation platforms. To support this effort and others on the property, you can buy a board on our bridge and put your name or up to 25 letters of text.
Centrally located on the beautiful and wild Cockermouth River delta and bracketed by the Hebron Marsh and Paradise Point conservation areas, Grey Rocks is the crown jewel of the NLRA. Since its donation to the NLRA by the McLane family in late 2011, the concept for Grey Rocks has been a place for low-impact use by the public for foot travel and non-motorized boats. 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!