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2017 Membership Drawing 2017 Membership Drawing
November 28, 2016 - January 31, 2017
All who join or renew their Schuylkill River Heritage Area membership at the $200 or above level by Jan. 31 will be entered into a drawing to win a private guided paddle on the Schuylkill with Take it Outdoors Adventures!
  A Paddler’s Guide to the Schuylkill River Water Trail
A Paddler’s Guide to the Schuylkill River Water Trail is an informative, spiral-bound, 20-page guide booklet and a portfolio of feature-rich, detailed, tri-fold maps of the 18 sections of this 115-mile water trail flowing through southeastern Pennsylvania. This comprehensive guide, printed on waterproof, highly-durable synthetic stock, was written and designed to help the first-time visitor or the seasoned Schuylkill veteran discover, explore, and enjoy this remarkable river as well as its riverside communities, attractions, and significant and colorful history.
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Elmwood Park Zoo Elmwood Park Zoo
This popular family destination features North and South American wild animals in naturalistic settings with a focus on educating young children.
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Evansburg State Park Evansburg State Park
The 3,300 acres of Evansburg State Park are a wonderful place to enjoy fishing, hiking, picnicking, horseback riding, and a variety of other outdoor activities.
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  Executive Director Search
The Schuylkill River Heritage Area is seeking a new Executive Director responsible for providing dynamic leadership for the planning, development, implementation, assessment, and improvement of mission-related programs, revenue generation and financial management, strategic and annual planning, partnerships, community relations,legislative relations, marketing/public relations, and other key areas.
Fort Washington State Park Fort Washington State Park
Rich in modern recreational facilities and historical significance, Fort Washington blossoms with flowering dogwood in the spring. The park takes its name from the temporary fort built by George Washington’s troops in the fall of 1777, before heading to Valley Forge. The park is popular with birders, hikers and picnickers.
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Gwynedd Wildlife Preserve Gwynedd Wildlife Preserve
Gwynedd Wildlife Preserve is a 234-acre oasis of meadows, woodlands and wetlands nestled among the quickly developing suburbs of Blue Bell and North Wales.
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Highlands Mansion and Gardens Highlands Mansion and Gardens
The Highlands Mansion and Gardens is a 44-acre historic site with a late 18th century Georgian mansion and two-acre formal garden. Surrounded by massive stone walls, the gardens offer a beautiful example of early 20th, century estate gardening with an unusual blend of horticulture and architecture.
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Hope Lodge Hope Lodge
Hope Lodge, near Philadelphia, is the only house museum in Pennsylvania that shows two historic time periods side by side: Colonial style (1743-1770)and the Colonial Revival style (1922-1953).
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Lorimer Park Lorimer Park
This 250 acre oasis of woods and meadows, in the suburbs of eastern Abington Township, attracts visitors to its natural beauty year-round.
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