What's New at Fort Hunter?

  • Bring Dad to see the cars!

    Vintage vehicles will be on  display free of charge, in the Mansion drive.  Stroll the grounds or take a tour of the Mansion, Dad’s admission is free, admission is charged... More »

  • Saturday, June 18 Civil War Days Panel Discussion

    Sit in on the first of four free panel presentations throughout the day.  Fort Hunter hosts a discussion on Harrisburg’s Black Community as part of the Civil War Days... More »

  • Congratulations Spring Couture Winner!

    Beauty in Bloom was the People’s Choice of the Spring Fort Couture exhibit.  Congratulations to creator Meredith Fitzgerald on her award winning creation!  The exhibit of decorated dress forms is... More »

Fort Hunter Mansion and Park is a division of Dauphin County Parks and Recreation Department, which is host to a diversity of natural, historic and cultural resources.  DCPR includes seven areas – the Community Gardens, Fort Hunter Park, Fort Hunter Conservancy, Henninger Bridge, Lykens Glen Park, Wiconisco Creek Park and Wildwood Park.