Minisink Battle Ground Road is a short road connecting NY 97 to Minisink Battleground Park, the site of a minor battle during the American Revolution. It begins at NY 97 and runs north for about three quarters of a mile to the entrance to the park, where it becomes York Lake Road. It is a two-lane undivided road.
Across NY 97 from Minisink Battle Ground Road is the Roebling Bridge, also known as the Delaware Aqueduct. It is a one-lane bridge across the Delaware River to Lackawaxen, Pennsylvania. It was built by John A. Roebling, who is famous for his role in building the Brooklyn Bridge.
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