What's New at Fort Hunter?

  • Sunday May 6 Free Garden Faire

    Rain or shine, we’ll make our own sun!  Crafts, plants, tasty food and Farmshow milkshakes – what is there not to like at Garden Faire?  See you... More »

  • Save the Date August 26, 2018 Farm to River

    New date, new name –  same  classic Fort Hunter experience.  Mark August 26 on your calendar for Farm to River, you don’t want to miss this new exciting twist on... More »

  • May 20 Needle Art Tea Tickets Available

    Don’t miss a relaxed afternoon of needle works and tea.  Enjoy a savory and sweet tea, discussions with needlework artists and a tour of the Needle Arts exhibit in Fort Hunter... 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.