Washington Crossing Historic Park

Washington Crossing Historic Park preserves the site of George Washington’s dramatic boat crossing of the Delaware River during the American Revolution. The park has walking pathways, special events, outdoor recreational programs, historical and environmental educational programs, re-enactments, historic buildings, and picnicking and picnic pavilions.

1112 River Road, Washington Crossing, PA 18977

Phone

215-493-4076

Website

dcnr.state.pa.us

Manager

George Calaba

Email

washingtoncrossingsp@pa.gov

Upcoming Events

Fall Foliage Hike

Join the park educator for a walk to enjoy the fall colors on the Delaware Canal towpath. Learn how the change of seasons affects our local wildlife and...

10/25 10am
Fall Brewfest

The park's first-ever Fall Brewfest, set for October 28, will let you sample the many flavors of fall. Whether you're a fan of ciders, harvest and pumpkin...

10/28 12:30pm
WET in the City Educator Workshop

Teachers are invited to earn Act 48 credits at this free workshop featuring the WET in the City curriculum. WET in the City is an extension of Project...

11/4 9am
Pre-K: Exploring Fall

Bring your little ones out to explore the signs of the season at the park. We'll read a story, learn how the animals are preparing for the coming winter,...

11/8 1pm
Free Tours for Veterans

Washington Crossing Historic Park (PA) will offer free tours to all U.S. veterans and active-duty military personnel on Veterans Day (Saturday, November 11)...

11/11 10am

Recent Events

Kayak the Canal

9/24/2017

Recent Activity