What's New at Fort Hunter?

  • View the African American Cemetery lecture

    If you weren’t able to join us for the “Lessons We Can Learn from PA’s African-American Cemeteries and Burial Grounds” with Dr. Steven Burg of Shippensburg University lecture, or would... More »

  • February 24 Free Virtual Lecture Tickets Available

    Long, cold winter nights getting you down?  Warm it up by signing up to join the Friends of Fort Hunter for a free virtual lecture on the African American Cemeteries... More »

  • Museum Shop Open Virtually

    The Mansion may be closed for tours over the winter but shopping in the Fort Hunter Museum Shop is available online!  Browse unique, local and high quality items from the... 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.