Washington Crossing State Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"One of the turning points in the Revolutionary War came on Christmas Day in 1776, when George Washington and his army crossed the Delaware River and headed toward Trenton, where they won a battle against Hessian troops. When they landed, the area back then was known as Johnson’s Ferry.
Today, it’s known as Washington Crossing State Park. The park is now more than 3,500 acres of preserved natural space and has hiking, biking, picnicking, camping, and horseback-riding trails.This park is carry-in, carry-out, meaning there are no trash cans. There are bags, but you must remove any trash you create."