Fort Washington State Park is the place to be for a relaxing afternoon away from your busy schedule. The park has two picnic areas with shelters large enough to hold a family gathering and one has a softball field to get some exercise and games in! Fishing is offered at the park as well as various hiking trails and group camping during the warmer weather. With the warmer winter weather this year, it’s still not to cold to visit or plan an afternoon with friends and family here!
Fort Washington State Park and the community of Fort Washington get their name from the fort built by soldiers of the American Revolution in 1777. The area was the campsite of 12,000 soldiers of General Washington’s army from November 2 until December 11 in 1777. The multiple historical spots in the park include Fort Hill, Militia Hill, Hope Lodge, and Clifton House.
Fort Washington Park is located at:
500 Bethlehem Pike
Fort Washington, PA 19034
Fort Washington Park is located just five minutes fro Judd Builders’ community The Reserve at Creekside. The neighborhood has perfect access to this beautiful and historic park to be able to take family and friends to visit or for any other of the great outdoor activities offered there!