Valley Forge National Historical Park Law Enforcement personnel are on patrol to protect you while you are in the park. These park rangers have full police authority and may issue citations and arrest violators. Valley Forge recently combined our police dispatch operations with the Montgomery County Emergency Operations and Dispatch Center. This change, along with a project to assign addresses to each structure in the park, has increased the ability of law enforcement to locate you quicker during an emergency.
For an emergency dial 9-1-1
For non-emergency situations dial 610-275-1222
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If you have any questions please check with a park ranger or call 610-783-1050. For a complete list of the rules and regulations for Valley Forge please read the Superintendent's Compendium.
Did You Know?
Valley Forge was Pennsylvania’s first state park, established in 1893. In 1976, the bicentennial year of the Declaration of Independence, the park was transferred to the National Park System as Valley Forge National Historical Park.