The Washington Crossing Park Association of New Jersey (WCPA) works to preserve, enhance and advocate for the park and the history it represents. The Association strives to educate citizens and enrich their quality of life through knowledge of and exposure to the park.

This year we celebrate the 241st anniversary of General George Washington's crossing of the Delaware River in December of 1776. In that spirit of celebration, please accept our invitation to become a Washington Crossing Park Association member and to contribute to the success of CAMPAIGN 241! 

You may join online using a credit card, or you may download this pdf which can be printed and mailed. Your yearly membership will help us to preserve and protect this gem of the Delaware Valley.

You can also volunteer with the WCPA as we clear brush, plant flowers, and otherwise beautify our park. Email us here to volunteer!

Park News and Events:

Spring in the Park features maple sugaring with Wayne Henderek at the Nature Center, a bird walk with Franta Broulik of the Washington Crossing Audobon Society, and a visit with George Washington (Sam Davis) at the Visitor Center Museum.
Click here to visit the Park's website and find a full list of activities, or visit our Meetup page to view and register for events and activities.