Since 2013, the Washington Crossing Park Association has supported our New Jersey State Park's unique historic, recreational and environmental resources.
The Washington Crossing Park Association of New Jersey (WCPA) works to preserve, enhance and advocate for the park and the history it represents. The Association strives to educate citizens and enrich their quality of life through knowledge of and exposure to the park.
What We've Achieved
Our young organization has accomplished much in just a few years. Here are some of the projects we've completed:
Repainting of the Johnson Ferry House
Renovation of the Sullivan Grove Pavilion Roof
New Park Map Kiosks
Milkweed Plantings for Monarchs
Bat Houses, in collaboration with Boy Scout Troop 1776
Tai Chi & Yoga Classes on the Delaware
Nelson House Pollinator Garden
Washington Arboretum Restoration
Park Clean Ups
Revolutionary War Weekend Programming for Families & Children
Historical Literature Programming
Honey Bee Signage
The WCPA meets on the 3rd Thursday of every other month at 6:30 pm at the Titusville Presbyterian Church unless otherwise noted. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.
2018 Meeting Dates:
Our Five-Year Plan
In 2018 the WCPA put together our five-year plan, and we’d love to share it with you. Click below to see what we have in mind for the future of the Washington Crossing State Park.