• Log huts are coated in a fresh layer of snow

    Valley Forge

    National Historical Park Pennsylvania

Construction Projects

Asbestos Remediation Project

  • County Line Road is closed Monday - Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. due to heavy construction related to the asbestos remediation project. This closure applies to all vehicular, pedestrian, bicycle, and equestrian traffic.
More about the Asbestos Remediation Project.
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Yellow Springs Trail Parking Lot

The new Yellow Springs Trail Parking Lot (pictured below) is open. This new lot provides more capacity for trail users. Replacing an undersized lot, it also provides a restroom, drinking fountain, and better protection from pollution for adjacent Valley Creek. The lot is the trailhead for the new Yellow Springs Trail, which provides an important connection to the Knox and Joseph Plumb Martin Trails to the east, the Mount Misery Trails to the north, and Chesterbrook and the Chester Valley Trail to the south. A final section of the Yellow Springs Trail, shown as a dotted line on the map, will provide a safe connection to the Valley Creek Trail and includes an overlook at the Covered Bridge. It will open this fall. All the new facilities are fully handicapped-accessible.

Please note that on-street parking is prohibited.

 
Yellow Springs Trail Parking Lot Map

Did You Know?

Traffic at Major Park Intersection

Valley Forge plays an increasingly strong role in the life of the entire region on issues affecting modern life from natural resources to traffic congestion to economic development.