Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site

Size: 848 Acres 

Overview: Hopewell Furnace was once an “iron plantation,” which served to extract the resource for more than a century in the early industrial America. It helped found the industrial revolution in the United States, and the restored site serves as an example of conservation, and honors our nation’s heritage. The park includes 848 acres, and many historic buildings that maintain their 1830s appearance. The site is also next to the French Creek State Park, which has opportunities for camping, hiking, and water recreation. A visit to Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site offers a journey to the past, as well as a beautiful environment to enjoy.

Fees, permits, and reservations may apply.

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