What's New at Fort Hunter?

  • September 10 – The Dig is on!

    Archaeologists from the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission have begun to excavate behind the Mansion again, looking for evidence of the elusive 1750’s Fort Hunter.  Stop by and see what... More »

  • August 18 Farm to River Sold Out

    Farm to River, Fort Hunter’s farm to table fundraiser gala, has sold out for the dinner guest level.  There are still tickets available for the Patron level ticket, order your... More »

  • It’s Only A Drill

    What is all of the excitement at Fort Hunter on Thursday, August 15?  Pa Fish and Boat Commission are conducting emergency preparedness training and water rescue on the Susquehanna River... 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.