National Parks Around Burlington

Appalachian

National Scenic Trail

The Appalachian Trail is a 2,180+ mile long public footpath that traverses the scenic, wooded, pastoral, wild, and culturally resonant lands of the Appalachian Mountains. Conceived in 1921, built by private citizens, and completed in 1937, today the trail is managed by the National Park Service, US Forest Service, Appalachian Trail Conservancy, numerous state agencies and thousands of volunteers.

Silhouette of a man with backpack standing on McAfee Knob at sunset with mountains in the distance.

Weather

It is your responsibility to be prepared for all weather conditions, including extreme and unexpected weather changes year-round. As the trail runs from Georgia to Maine there will be different weather conditions depending on your location. For weather along specific sections of the trail and at specific shelters, please refer to: http://www.atweather.org/

Driving Directions

There are many points of access along the Appalachian Trail, whether it is by car, train, bus or plane. For more detailed directions, please refer to the "Directions" section of our park webpage. More directions to Appalachian.

Operating Hours

In general, the Appalachian Trail is open year-round. The northern terminus at Mount Katahdin in Maine is within Baxter State Park, which may be closed in winter months, depending on weather conditions. Particular sections of the Trail, and less-developed roads accessing the Trail, may be closed temporarily for a number of reasons, but otherwise the trail is open.

Monday: All Day
Tuesday: All Day
Wednesday: All Day
Thursday: All Day
Friday: All Day
Saturday: All Day
Sunday: All Day

Entrance Fees

Appalachian National Scenic Trail Entrance Fee: The Appalachian National Scenic Trail (NST) does not charge an entrance fee for use of the trail on Appalachian NST land.

Contact

Mailing Address:
Appalachian Trail Park Office
Harpers Ferry, WV 25425

Physical Address:
Appalachian Trail Park Office
Harpers Ferry, WV 25425

Phone Number: 3045356278

Crossroads of the American Revolution

National Heritage Area

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From the heights of the Palisades at Fort Lee to the shores of the Delaware River at Red Bank Battlefield, the Crossroads of the American Revolution offers an unprecedented opportunity to understand and celebrate New Jersey’s rich history. Historic sites, preservation groups, schools, libraries, and museum work together to tell these unique stories.

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Delaware

National Scenic River

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Delaware Water Gap

National Recreation Area

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Paddlers slip down the river between low forested mountains; anglers wade the trout streams; hikers scan the valley from the ridge or peer into the 1000-foot-deep Water Gap. The valley has known human hand and voice for 10,000 years. Floodplains nourished the Native farmer; waterfalls drew the Victorian vacationer. Today, a 70,000-acre park welcomes those who seek the outdoors close to home.

View of the Delaware Water Gap from river level

Weather

Spring: Temperatures usually range from lows of 26 F to highs of 80 F with average rainfall of 5 inches. Summer: Temperatures usually range from lows of 55 F to highs of 85 F with average rainfall of 4 inches. Fall: Temperatures usually range from lows of 30 F to highs of 83F. Fall foliage is at its peak sometime in October as daily mountain temperatures vary frequently and influence the change. Winter: Temperatures usually range from lows of 15 F to highs of 49 F.

Driving Directions

Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area is a long, narrow park that sits between two major interstates, I-80 at the south and I-84 at the north. US 209 is the main north/south road through the park on the Pennsylvania side and Old Mine Road is the main north/south road though the park on the New Jersey side. More directions to Delaware Water Gap.

Operating Hours

Closed on weekends and Federal holidays. Park passes can be purchased here during business hours. Small gift shop, Park Information, and Passport Stamps available.

Monday: 8:30AM - 4:30PM
Tuesday: 8:30AM - 4:30PM
Wednesday: 8:30AM - 4:30PM
Thursday: 8:30AM - 4:30PM
Friday: 8:30AM - 4:30PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Entrance Fees

Vehicle expanded amenity fee: Daily fees are per vehicle for up to 7 adult occupants. Any additional adults are $1.00 per person. We do not charge for children 15 and younger. Cost: $10

Bicycle expanded amenity fee: Those who walk or bicycle in to use the beaches are charged a fee. Cost: $1

Pedestrian expanded amenity fee: Those who walk in to use the beaches are charged a fee. Cost: $1

McDade Trail expanded amenity fee - weekends & holidays: Those who walk-in or bicycle-in to use the McDade Trail may do so free. If visitors park a vehicle at the fee areas to use the McDade Trail they must pay the daily fee. Cost: $10

Park Entrance Fee: The Park does does not charge an entrance fee but does have expanded amenity fees.

Park Vehicle Season Pass: We have season passes for $45.00 that are good for one vehicle only in this park only (DEWA); a 2nd pass for vehicles registered to same address is $25.00; a 3rd pass for vehicles registered to same address is $12.50, and 4th pass for vehicles registered to same address is $6.25. Senior and Accessible fees are 1/2 price of season passes. Cost: $45

Contact

Mailing Address:
1978 River Road
Bushkill, PA 18324

Physical Address:
1978 River Road
Bushkill, PA 18324

Phone Number: 5704262452

Ellis Island

Part of Statue of Liberty National Monument

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How far would you travel to find a better life? What if the journey took weeks under difficult conditions? If you answered "Whatever it takes," you echo the feelings of the 12 million immigrants who passed through these now quiet halls from 1892 to 1954. Ellis Island afforded them the opportunity to attain the American dream for themselves and their descendants. Come hear their stories.

Beaux-Arts brick and limestone building with large arched windows and cupola-topped towers.

Weather

It is typically colder and more windy in New York Harbor than in elsewhere in the New York City metropolitan area. Winters are cold and damp. Spring and Fall can range from chilly to warm. Summers are warm to hot and humid.

Driving Directions

Ellis Island is located in New York Harbor, and can only be reached by boat. Ferries operated by Statue Cruises depart from Battery Park in Lower Manhattan in New York City nnd Liberty State Park in Jersey City, New Jersey. More directions to Ellis Island.

Operating Hours

Access to Liberty and Ellis Islands is by Statue Cruises ferries only. Tickets are sold by type, date, and time at statuecruises.com. The first ferry departs at 9:30 am and the last departs at 3:30 pm, with extended hours in the summer and around holidays. Once on the island you can stay until the last ferry departs, which changes seasonally. The Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island are open every day except December 25, weather permitting. Be aware that Hard Hat tickets usually sell out in advance.

Monday: 9:30AM - 3:30PM
Tuesday: 9:30AM - 3:30PM
Wednesday: 9:30AM - 3:30PM
Thursday: 9:30AM - 3:30PM
Friday: 9:30AM - 3:30PM
Saturday: 9:30AM - 3:30PM
Sunday: 9:30AM - 3:30PM

Entrance Fees

No Entrance Fee; Ferry Tickets are purchased from Statue Cruises: There is no entrance fee, however, the only way to visit Liberty and Ellis Islands is via a ferry. Contact Statue Cruises at 1-877-LADYTIX (877-523-9849) or at statuecruises.com for ticket information, pricing, and to make a reservation. Please note that the Hard Hat Tour requires special tickets and even more advance planning.

Contact

Mailing Address:
Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration
New York, NY 10004

Physical Address:
Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration
New York, NY 10004

Phone Number: 2123633200

Gateway

National Recreation Area

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There are three geographic units: Sandy Hook, New Jersey; Jamaica Bay and Staten Island, New York City. The NYC units include Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, Fort Tilden, Riis Park in Queens, Floyd Bennett Field and Canarsie Pier in Brooklyn. Staten Island has Great Kills Park, Miller Field and Fort Wadsworth. These sites and others make up the 27,000 acres of Gateway, one national park.

Tent at  Floyd Bennett Field campsite in Gateway's Jamaica Bay unit.

Weather

Gateway National Recreation Area includes several separate land areas spread throughout the New York metropolitan area. The New York area experiences four distinct seasons. Temperatures are moderate in the spring and fall, but range from the high 90's during the summer to snow and sleet in winter.

Driving Directions

Gateway is located in two states; NJ and NY, and has three units: Jamaica Bay, Sandy Hook and Staten Island. You can access most of our park by car and public transportation. Please visit our website for specific directions to all of our units More directions to Gateway.

Operating Hours

Includes Bergen Beach, Floyd Bennett Field, Fort Tilden, Frank Charles Park, Hamilton Beach, Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge and Plumb Beach. Hours for Canarsie Pier are from 5:00 am until 2:00 am daily. Both the Ryan Center and the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Monday: Sunrise to Sunset
Tuesday: Sunrise to Sunset
Wednesday: Sunrise to Sunset
Thursday: Sunrise to Sunset
Friday: Sunrise to Sunset
Saturday: Sunrise to Sunset
Sunday: Sunrise to Sunset

Entrance Fees

Gateway Parking fees- Sandy Hook daily: Gateway has no entrance fees, but charges parking fees from the Saturday before Memorial Day through Labor Day. Access Pass holders and Senior Pass holders will receive a 50% discount off of parking fees. IA Military Pass holders along with their family and IA EKIP (Every Kid in a Park) Fourth Grade Pass holders along with their families will receive free beach parking. Cost: $15

Gateway Parking Fees- Jacob Riis Park daily: Gateway has no entrance fees, but charges parking fees for Jacob Riis park from the Saturday before Memorial Day through Labor Day. Access Pass holders and Senior Pass holders will receive a 50% discount off of beach parking. IA Military Pass holders along with their families and IA EKIP (Every Kid in a Park) Fourth Grade Pass holders along with their families will receive free beach parking. Cost: $10

Gateway Parking Fees- Sandy Hook- Season: Gateway has no entrance fees, but charges parking fees at Sandy Hook from the Saturday before Memorial Day through Labor Day. Access Pass holders and Senior Pass holders will receive a 50% discount off of beach parking. IA Military Pass holders along with their families and IA EKIP (Every Kid in a Park) Fourth Grade Pass holders along with their families will receive free beach parking. Cost: $75

Gateway Parking Fees - Jamaica Bay- Season: Gateway has no entrance fees, but charges for parking at Jacob Riis Park from the Saturday before Memorial Day through Labor Day. Access Pass holders and Senior Pass holders will receive a 50% discount off of beach parking. IA Military Pass holders along with their families and IA EKIP (Every Kid in a Park) Fourth Grade pass holders along with their families will receive free beach parking. Cost: $65

Contact

Physical Address:
210 New York Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10305

Mailing Address:
210 New York Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10305

Phone Number: 7183544606

Great Egg Harbor River

The River gradually widens as it picks up the waters of 17 tributaries on its way to Great Egg Harbor and the Atlantic Ocean. Established by Congress in 1992, nearly all of this 129-mile river system rests within the Pinelands National Reserve. This National Park Service unit is unusual in that local jurisdictions continue to administer the lands.

Still river in the winter with leafless trees on either side

Weather

Temperate, with a moderating influence of the Atlantic Ocean.

Driving Directions

Estell Manor Park, where visitors can see the Great Egg Harbor National Scenic and Recreational River, is located 3.5 miles South of Mays Landing, New Jersey, off of Route 50. It is approximately 17 miles west of Atlantic City. There is a stamper for Passport Stamp Books at the Fox Nature Center, and a stamp can be obtained at the mailing address provided below. More directions to Great Egg Harbor River.

Operating Hours

The Great Egg Harbor River is a 55.0-mile-long (88.5 km) river in southern New Jersey in the United States. It is one of the major rivers that traverse the largely pristine Pinelands, draining 308 square miles (800 km2) of wetlands into the Atlantic Ocean at Great Egg Harbor, from which it takes its name. At river location in Estell Manor Park - please check (609) 625-1897 for hours.

Monday: Sunrise to Sunset
Tuesday: Sunrise to Sunset
Wednesday: Sunrise to Sunset
Thursday: Sunrise to Sunset
Friday: Sunrise to Sunset
Saturday: Sunrise to Sunset
Sunday: Sunrise to Sunset

Entrance Fees

Great Egg Harbor River Fees: The Great Egg Harbor River is fee free. For details and information, visit, http://www.rivers.gov/rivers/great-egg-harbor.php.

Contact

Mailing Address:
Great Egg Harbor National Scenic and Recreational River
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Physical Address:
Route 50
Estell Manor, NJ 08330

Phone Number: (215) 597-5823

Lower Delaware

National Wild and Scenic River

The largest free-flowing river in the eastern United States, the Delaware River runs past forests, farmlands, and villages, and it also links some of the most densely populated regions in America. In 2000, the National Wild and Scenic River System incorporated key segments of the lower Delaware River to form this unit of the National Park System.

A rural boat lock with a gate

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Spring: Temperatures usually range from lows of 26 F to highs of 80 F with average rainfall of 5 inches. Summer: Temperatures usually range from lows of 55 F to highs of 85 F with average rainfall of 4 inches. Fall: Temperatures usually range from lows of 30 F to highs of 83F. Fall foliage is at its peak sometime in October as daily mountain temperatures vary frequently and influence the change. Winter: Temperatures usually range from lows of 15 F to highs of 49 F.

Driving Directions

The Lower Delaware National Wild and Scenic River is located between Interstate 80 (at Portland, Pennsylvania and Columbia, New Jersey) and Interstate 95 (at exit 51 in Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania and exit 1 in Washington Crossing, New Jersey). In Pennsylvania, follow PA-611 and PA-32 to drive along the river. In New Jersey, follow NJ-29 south of Frenchtown for a drive along the river. More directions to Lower Delaware.

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The largest free-flowing river in the eastern United States, the Delaware River runs past forests, farmlands, and villages, and it also links some of the most densely populated regions in America. In 2000, the National Wild and Scenic River System incorporated key segments of the lower Delaware River to form this unit of the National Park System.

Monday: Sunrise to Sunset
Tuesday: Sunrise to Sunset
Wednesday: Sunrise to Sunset
Thursday: Sunrise to Sunset
Friday: Sunrise to Sunset
Saturday: Sunrise to Sunset
Sunday: Sunrise to Sunset

Entrance Fees

Entrance Fees: There are no fees associated with the Lower Delaware National Wild & Scenic River. However, there are private organizations operating near the river that may charge for their services.

Contact

Physical Address:
NPS Wild & Scenic Rivers
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Mailing Address:
NPS Wild & Scenic Rivers
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Phone Number: 215-597-6482

Morristown

National Historical Park

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Morristown National Historical Park commemorates the sites of General Washington and the Continental army’s winter encampment of December 1779 to June 1780, where they survived through what would be the coldest winter on record. The park also maintains a museum & library collection related to the encampments & George Washington, as well as items relating to pre- and post-Revolutionary America.

The front facade of the Ford Mansion in summer.

Weather

Weather in this part of New Jersey is typical of the mid-Atlantic region.

Driving Directions

Morristown National Historical Park is the easiest to see by car. We have 4 different locations throughout the greater Morristown area. Washington's Headquarters Museum and Ford Mansion as well as Jockey Hollow Visitor Center and Wick House are the two main areas of the Park. Detailed directions are on the park website. They are the best places to start and Rangers can give you directions to the Cross Estate Gardens/New Jersey Brigade Area and Fort Nonsense Area of the park. More directions to Morristown.

Operating Hours

The operating hours for the park grounds are seasonal, with the grounds opening at 8:00 am but closing hour is dependent on the time of year. Please visit http://www.nps.gov/morr/planyourvisit/hours.htm for the most up to date information.

Monday: 8:00AM - Sunset
Tuesday: 8:00AM - Sunset
Wednesday: 8:00AM - Sunset
Thursday: 8:00AM - Sunset
Friday: 8:00AM - Sunset
Saturday: 8:00AM - Sunset
Sunday: 8:00AM - Sunset

Entrance Fees

Entrance Fee: The entrance fee is a per person fee, is valid for seven open days, and includes entrance into the Washington's Headquarters Museum and Ford Mansion. Visitors 15 years old and younger are FREE. No entrance fee is charged for the Jockey Hollow, New Jersey Brigade, Cross Estate Gardens and Fort Nonsense areas. Cost: $7

Contact

Physical Address:
30 Washington Place
Morristown, NJ 07960

Mailing Address:
30 Washington Place
Morristown, NJ 07960

Phone Number: 9735392016

New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail Route

The Trail will show you roads less traveled where you can find historic villages, migrating eagles, and boardwalks on miles of sandy beaches. This auto-trail stretches nearly 300 miles along New Jersey’s shore and bays. Explore the Trail’s five regions and you’ll find the nation’s oldest operating lighthouse; the town where revolutionaries burned British tea; and the state’s official tall ship

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New Jersey Pinelands

National Reserve

This is truly a special place. It's classified as a United States Biosphere Reserve and in 1978 was established by Congress as the country’s first National Reserve. It includes portions of seven southern New Jersey counties, and encompasses over one-million acres of farms, forests and wetlands. It contains 56 communities, from hamlets to suburbs, with over 700,000 permanent residents.

Tall pine trees surround a thin unpaved trail

Weather

Spring: 50-70F, sunny with some rain Summer: 70-90F, mostly sunny with some rain Winter: 0-35F, snow is common Fall: 50-70F

Driving Directions

The Pinelands National Reserve includes portions of seven southern New Jersey counties, and encompasses over one-million acres of farms, forests and wetlands. It contains 56 communities, from hamlets to suburbs, with over 700,000 permanent residents. More directions to New Jersey Pinelands.

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The Pinelands National Reserve stretches across portions of seven counties in southern New Jersey, covering about 22% of the state. The area is comprised of both public and private lands. Public lands include parks, forests, wildlife refuges, and military bases. Private lands include 56 communities that range in size from small from villages to large towns. More than 700,000 permanent residents live the Pinelands National Reserve. The public lands are open 24 hours.

Monday: All Day
Tuesday: All Day
Wednesday: All Day
Thursday: All Day
Friday: All Day
Saturday: All Day
Sunday: All Day

Entrance Fees

Pinelands Fees: Visiting the Pinelands National Reserve is fee free.

Contact

Physical Address:
15 Springfield Road
New Lisbon, NJ 08064

Mailing Address:
New Jersey Pinelands Commission
New Lisbon, NJ 08064

Phone Number: (609) 894-7300

Paterson Great Falls

National Historical Park

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Cotton & silk for clothing; locomotives for travel; paper for books & writing letters; airplanes, & more. What do they have in common? They all came from the same place - Paterson, NJ. In 1791, Paterson, America's first planned industrial city, was established, centered around the Great Falls of the Passaic River. From humble mills would rise industries that changed the face of the United States.

snow covered hydro plant and waterfall

Weather

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Driving Directions

From: Garden State Parkway (New Jersey) North: Take exit 155P on left to Route 19 TO WEST Route 80 Paterson. South: Take Exit 159 (Saddlebrook) on your right. After taking the exit, make your second right onto I-80 West (Paterson). From: Interstate 80 I-80 West: Take Exit 57 A-B. Taking (Exit 57- B) (Downtown Paterson) follow the Downtown Paterson sign. I-80 East: Take (Exit 57- B), take exit Route 80 west Grand St./ Del Water Gap KEEP RIGHT exit. Stay to the right for Grand Street exit ramp. More directions to Paterson Great Falls.

Operating Hours

Welcome Center Hours from May 15th to November 30th. Please see our website for my precise hours.

Monday: 10:00AM - 4:30PM
Tuesday: 10:00AM - 4:30PM
Wednesday: 10:00AM - 4:30PM
Thursday: 10:00AM - 4:30PM
Friday: 10:00AM - 4:30PM
Saturday: 10:00AM - 4:30PM
Sunday: 10:00AM - 4:30PM

Entrance Fees

No Fee: There is no fee to enter Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park

Contact

Mailing Address:
72 McBride Avenue
Paterson, NJ 07501

Physical Address:
72 McBride Avenue
Paterson, NJ 07501

Phone Number: 9735230370

Thomas Edison

National Historical Park

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Thomas Edison’s home and laboratory are a step back in time, when machines were run by belts and pulleys and music was played on phonographs. Where to the passerby, the buildings betray little evidence of the industries they once started. Discover where America’s greatest inventor changed our world forever.

Large salmon colored house with green lawn and blue sky

Weather

Spring and Fall weather can be cool, summer is usually warm and humid and winter is frequently snowy and cold. It is recommended that visitors dress for the weather. Visitors may need jackets or rain gear as they will be walking between buildings as they tour the park.

Driving Directions

From the Garden State Parkway take exit 145 or from the New Jersey Turnpike take Exit 15W to Route 280 West. Take Route 280 West to Exit 10. Turn right onto Northfield Avenue. At second light turn left onto Main Street. Go about 0.75 mile to parking on left and Laboratory Complex on the right. From Route 280 East take exit 9. Turn left onto Mt. Pleasant Avenue. At second traffic light turn left onto Main Street. Go about 0.50 mile to parking on left and Laboratory Complex on the right. More directions to Thomas Edison.

Operating Hours

The Laboratory Complex is open Wednesday through Sunday 10am - 4pm. The park is closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day.

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Thursday: 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Friday: 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Saturday: 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Sunday: 10:00AM - 4:00PM

Entrance Fees

Thomas Edison NHP - Per Person Entrance Fee: A per person entrance fee is charged for anyone 16 years of age and older. Anyone under 16 years of age is free. It is valid for seven days. It admits the visitor to programs and buildings open to the public during their visit. Some buildings/programs require a ticket as there is limited space. There is no extra charge for the tickets which are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis the day of the program. Cost: $10

Laboratory Complex Audio Tour: Permits the use of the audio tour equipment for the day's visit. The tour has several opens: a standard audio tour, family or children's version, plus numerous in-depth stops along tour route. The standard tour is also available in German, Spanish, and Japanese Cost: $5

Contact

Mailing Address:
211 Main Street
West Orange, NJ 07052

Physical Address:
211 Main Street
West Orange, NJ 07052

Phone Number: 9737360550

Washington-Rochambeau

National Historic Trail

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In 1781, General Rochambeau’s French Army joined forces with General Washington’s Continental Army to fight the British Army in Yorktown, Virginia. With the French Navy in support, the allied armies moved hundreds of miles to become the largest troop movement of the American Revolution. The effort and cooperation between the two sides led to a victory at Yorktown and secured American independence.

Flag marking the trail

Weather

With over 680 miles of land and water trails and hundreds of historical sites, there is a wide variety in weather. Please check with your favorite weather website before traveling.

Driving Directions

The Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route NHT encompasses over 680 miles of land and water trails through Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Washington D.C. More directions to Washington-Rochambeau.

Operating Hours

The Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route NHT can be travelled year-round. The NHT connects national, state, and local parks as well a great number of historic sites and landmarks. Visitors should contact sites or attractions individually as operating hours vary widely by site and season.

Monday: All Day
Tuesday: All Day
Wednesday: All Day
Thursday: All Day
Friday: All Day
Saturday: All Day
Sunday: All Day

Entrance Fees

Washington-Rochambeau Fee: There is no fee to explore the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail, but fees may apply for sites and attractions along the trail. Visitors should contact sites individually for further information.

Contact

Mailing Address:
Washington-Rochambeau National Historic Trail
Philadelphia, PA 19016

Physical Address:
Washington-Rochambeau National Historic Trail
Philadelphia, PA 19016

Phone Number: 2155971581