With the 128-mile Schuylkill River as its spine, our Schuylkill River National and State Heritage Area is alive with a remarkable diversity of historic, recreational and cultural attractions. Visitors can shadow the birth of our nation from the fabled landmarks of Philadelphia to the huts and hollows of Valley Forge. Upstream you'll find a wealth of historic places, quaint river towns, parks and access to the river and trails. Learn more about us.

Visit our Schuylkill River Trail Website to explore the region by trail!

 


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There's always something new to discover. Let the river - and this website - be your guide.


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Borrow a Free Bike!

Logo for Bike SchuylkillBike Pottstown and Bike Schuylkill are free bike share programs in Pottstown, Phoenixville and Hamburg. Learn more at bikeschuylkill.org.

MCCC and SRHA Partner to Build Academic and Heritage Center

Learn about about our partnership with Montgomery County Community College and the proposed Schuylkill River Academic and Heritage Center.

The Circuit

Visit the official website of Greater Philadelphia's Regional Trail Network.

Schuylkill Action Network (SAN)

logo for Schuylkill Action NetworkSAN focuses on protecting Schuylkill River waters.
Visit SAN's Website

Schuylkillriver.org Honored

Top National Heritage WebsitesSchuylkillriver.org has been named a top national heritage website! Check it out.

 

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Free Trail Map Handout on Aug. 1!

Volunteers will handout our new 2015 Schuylkill River Trail maps at various trail heads from 9 to 11 am on Aug 1. Click here to find out where you can pick up a map on Aug. 1 and thereafter.

Request for Proposals

We are requesting proposals to develop an updated management action plan for the Schuylkill River Heritage Area. Proposals due July 31 at 4 p.m. Click here for RFP

Call for Artists!

Entries for the 12th Annual Scenes of the Schuylkill Art Show & Sale are due in October. Learn more.

New Executive Director

Executive Director Silas Chamberlin joined the Schuylkill River Heritage Area in May. Learn more

Schuylkill River Sojourn

The 17th Annual Schuylkill River Sojourn took 184 paddlers down the river from June 6-12 Learn more.

2015 Pedal and Paddles

We're sorry, but our popular Pedal & Paddles are sold out. Learn more.

An Ale for the Trail!

The new SRT Ale is dedicated to the Schuylkill River Trail. It was launched on Earth Day following the 6-day SRT Spree. Learn more.

Schuylkill River Heritage Area Blog

Find out what's happening in the Schuylkill River Heritage Area. Read the blog.

Visit the River of Revolutions Interpretive Center

Learn about the role the Schuylkill River played through history. Learn more.

First Annual Dinner

Read about our colonial dinner in the 1762 White Horse Inn Learn more.

Schuylkill River Restoration Fund

Click here for Schuylkill River Restoration Fund information.

FREE 2014 River of the Year Posters

The Schuylkill River was PA's 2014 River of the Year! While this honor is now over, we still have free River of the Year posters. Learn More

Traveling Quilt Exhibit Coming in 2016

We are proud to be participating as a host of this amazing exhibit which will travel around the country until Jan. 2017, coming to Pottstown in Oct. '16. Learn more

Find Unique Gifts

Check out our online River Store for books, artwork, mugs & more. Click here.

National Park Passport Stamps Available from Schuylkill River Heritage Area offices

Visiting Schuylkill River National and State Heritage Area? Document your visit with a National Park Service Passport cancellation stamp, available at our Pottstown headquarters.