Mount Mitchill in Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey, United States, at 266 feet (81 meters), is the highest headland of the United States east coast south of Maine. It has a panoramic view of Raritan Bay, New York City and Sandy Hook and is near the Twin Lights Lighthouse in Highlands. It is also the location of the Monmouth County 9-11 Memorial. It was named after Samuel Latham Mitchill, who determined the height of the hill.
- NYC Regional Geology: Atlantic Coastal Plain. USGS, 2003. Retrieved 2011-09-05.
- Mt. Mitchill Scenic Overlook Park
- Park Brochure (PDF)
- Monmouth County 9-11 Memorial
- Mount Mitchill Scenic Overlook
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