• 1846 Barn
  • Archaeology Education
  • Armstrong Creek
  • 29 inch Catfish Caught at Fort Halifax Park
  • Evening on the Susquehanna
  • Fort Halifax Festival
  • Halifax School Student Day
  • Wiconisco Canal Waterway
  • WW1 Memorial Sycamore Tree Allee
1846 Barn1 Archaeology Education2 Armstrong Creek3 29 inch Catfish Caught at Fort Halifax Park4 Evening on the Susquehanna6 Fort Halifax Festival7 Halifax School Student Day8 Wiconisco Canal Waterway9 WW1 Memorial Sycamore Tree Allee10

Next Meeting

2nd Wednesday of the Month at 6PM

All members are welcome to attend and participate.

General Store

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Park Rules

To maintain a safe environment for everyone who visits Fort Halifax, the following Rules and Regulations have been posted

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Thank You for visiting Fort Halifax Park Online!

This website will provide you a historical overview of the Fort, as well as information about current and upcoming activities at the park.  Additionally, there is information about the Non-Profit Organization, The Friends of Fort Halifax Park, that serves as a support group for Halifax Township to assist with the purchase, development, programs and management of the park.

Discover Fort Halifax

Fort Halifax was built in 1756 with the purpose of providing safe shelter for pack trains passing from Fort hunter (now in Harrisburg) to Fort Augusta (now in Sunbury.) Due to the French and Indian War conflict, settlers in the area regularly encountered deadly conflicts with Indians. Fort Halifax was built as a solution to the problem.

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Directions by Google Maps

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For your GPS utilize: 570 N. River Road, SR 147, Halifax Pa 17032

Fort Halifax Festival

May 6, 2017 10am to 5pm

General Festival Information
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