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

Nature Story: Daniel Finds A Poem

The PA One Book, Every Young Child program promotes early literacy for children by reading an engaging in activities related to books. The program features a...

6/30 1pm
Intro to Kayaking

Learn basic paddling skills while kayaking on the canal. Perfect for beginners! This program is an ideal way to learn the skills you'll need to kayak on your...

7/1 10am
Intro to Kayaking

Learn basic paddling skills while kayaking on the canal. Perfect for beginners! This program is an ideal way to learn the skills you'll need to kayak on your...

7/1 12:30pm
Nature Walk on the Towpath

Start your Sunday with a morning walk on the Canal Towpath, and see and hear some of the wildlife that calls the park home. The walk will be approximately...

7/2 9am
Celebrate Community

On July 2, join us for an Old-Fashioned Community Picnic starting at 6 PM. Attendees are invited to bring their own dinner, picnic supplies and lawn games....

7/2 6pm

Recent Events

Kayaking 101

6/24/2017

Kayak the Canal

6/11/2017

Recent Activity