Mounds of Knowledge
We encourage you to use this park as your classroom to explore and learn about the pre-historic Hopewell. Bring your class to the park for an unforgettable field trip or invite a Ranger as a guest speaker to visit your students in your classroom. We also offer free professional development programs at the park in the summer.Read More
Take a sedimental journey this summer
ATTN Teachers! Looking for prof. development that's fun & rewarding? Look no further! Our archeological teacher workshop is just what you need.Read More
Join the conversation on facebook
Hopewell Culture NHP is on facebook! At home or on the go, you can get the latest news, interact with others and share your park memories.Read More
Invite a Ranger to your classroom
Can't make it to the park with your class? Contact us to schedule a ranger to visit your class. These curriculum-based programs are free of charge.Read More
Wanted: Junior Rangers!
We encourage all visitors to learn more about Hopewell Culture and earn their Jr. Ranger badge. Learn how you can earn a World Heritage badge too!Read More
A bugs life
The park is home to hundreds of insects of varying shapes and sizes. Follow this link to see a short video on a very hungry monarch caterpillar.Read More
What's in a name?
Ever wonder what the difference is between a National Monument and a National Park? It has to do with two of the three levels of federal government.Read More
Become a National Park Service V.I.P.
Each year, Volunteers In Parks donate thousands of hours to support the NPS mission. For a rewarding and meaningful experience, become a V.I.P.Read More
Who drew those maps? Who found these pipes? Who excavated the mounds? If you or anyone you know have ever asked these questions, we have the answers.Read More
Use Your Smartphone to Visit the Collections
You can now access the Hopewell NPS museum collection with your smartphone! Just scan this QR code to be taken to the mobile webpage.Read More