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Situated on the eastern edge of Pennsylvania lies Fort Washington State Park. This 493-acre park is named after George Washington and was once camped in by his soldiers during the American Revolution. Today, visitors will find many structures from this time period still standing on the grounds, including old forts.

Fort Washington State Park is a popular destination during the spring due to its thousands of colorful dogwood trees blooming. This state park is a short drive away from Philadelphia and King of Prussia.

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Getting Outdoors

Visitors to Fort Washington State Park can enjoy the great outdoors in plenty of ways while here. One activity to do is hiking. There are a variety of pathways guests can trek down, such as the Fort Washington Trail and Wissahickon Green Ribbon Trail. These trails will take you through impressive landscapes, including historic structures. Keep in mind that after heavy rain, some of these pathways can be a bit muddy.

You could also go birdwatching during your visit to Fort Washington State Park. Thanks to the park being surrounded by a thick forest, birdwatchers will discover numerous species flying around, including bluebirds, hawks, goldfinches, sparrows, and owls. During the fall, a massive raptor migration occurs throughout the park, causing thousands of these birds to stop by. Visitors can hike through the forest in search of them or venture down to Wissahickon Creek to catch a glimpse of them hunting for food. The park also has an observation deck that birdwatchers can use for their birdwatching adventure.

During the winter, guests can spend time skiing. In this season, the park tends to see an abundant amount of snowfall, making it the perfect destination for skiers. There is a special 1.7-mile loop trail winding around the park designed specifically for skiing. Skiers can also keep up-to-date on current snow and ice conditions with the help of the park’s winter report.

Camping at Fort Washington State Park

Search for an RV in Montgomery County, and stay at many different campgrounds situated nearby. One option is Boulder Wood Campground. This motorhome campground features numerous travel trailer sites that come with amenities such as electric, WiFi, and water. Campers will also find a disc-golf course, pool, playground, and basketball court on the grounds.

Another RV campground is Philadelphia West Chester KOA Holiday. This RV campground is nestled beneath ancient trees and offers amenities such as 30, 50 amp, WiFi, and firewood. Other features include fishing spots, a mini-golf course, an ice cream stand, and a gaga ball pit. This camping spot holds a variety of events throughout the year, like Fourth of July celebrations and trick-or-treating for Halloween.

Exploring the Area

You’ll discover quite a few local attractions to visit while here. A short drive away from the park is Hope Lodge and Mather Mill. This historic structure was built in 1750 and was used by the Continental Army during the American Revolution. Visitors can stop by to learn more about early American history and even meet costumed interpreters. In addition to this, Hope Lodge and Mather Mill offer a handful of tours during the year, including a spooky lantern-guided one during October.

Half-an-hour away in Philadelphia is Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens. The gardens aren’t only filled with fragrant plants, but plenty of folk art. This attraction is best known for its massive mosaic, which is a favorite backdrop for photos. In addition to this, Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens has a labyrinth visitors can explore and a few indoor exhibitions. Numerous events are held here during the year, like garden parties and food tastings. Guided tours are available.

Drive your motorhome to Pottstown to explore Pottsgrove Manor. Created in 1752, the manor was once home to John Potts, an English Quaker who founded the town. Guests can explore the home where they’ll be able to see stunning architectural details, like a gable roof. There is a museum shop on the grounds where visitors can purchase local goods and unique items related to the 18th-century.

In Lancaster, there’s the Lancaster Central Market. As one of the oldest markets in the United States, visitors can check out over 60 stalls filled with items to buy, like cheese, bread, and crafts. You’ll also find many Amish products available to buy. The market is open Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday.

There are a few gas stations located near Fort Washington State Park and will take you a few minutes to reach. Restaurants are abundant with selections ranging from Mexican eateries to steakhouses. While here, you might also consider trying some of the state’s famous dishes and snacks, like pretzels, shoofly pie, and scrapple.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Fort Washington Trail, PAFort Washington State Park, PA
  • Wissahickon Gorge North Loop, PAFort Washington State Park, PA
  • Wissahickon Creek Gorge Loop Trail, PAFairmount Park, PA
  • Cynwyd Heritage Trail from Manayunk, PAPhiladelphia, PA
  • Lincoln Drive Trail , PAFairmount Park, PA
  • Wissahickon Green Ribbon Trail, PAFort Washington State Park, PA
  • Pennypack Preserve, PABryn Athyn, PA
  • Pennypack North Trail, PACheltenham, PA
  • Pine Run Preamble, PAPhiladelphia, PA
  • Valley Forge Historical Trail, PAValley Forge National Historical Park, PA

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