US Independence Was Born at washington's crossing historic parkOn a cold, snowy Christmas night in 1776, the Continental Army changed the course of history. Led by George Washington, they braved the rough Delaware River to land at Johnson's Ferry and march on to victory against the British. Today the site of their landing is preserved as a beautiful park, filled with trails and wildlife. Enjoy live theater, a museum, 18th century buildings and camping in this historic haven.
Prices -Vehicle entrance fee: $5 (NJ Residents); $7 (others) - Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Hours -The park is open from sunrise to sunset.
- Annual Sheep to Shawl Day
- Memorial Day Observance
- Wine on the Waterfront
- Walking Paths
- Canoeing & Kayaking