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PRESERVING THE PA DUTCH CULTURE
   
   
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Ontelaunee Park

Lynn-Heidelberg
Historical Society


Where Am I?
New Tripoli Edition

 
 

 
 
ONTELAUNEE PARK
7344 Kings Highway | New Tripoli, PA | Directions

To reserve a pavilion, call Lynn Township at 610-298-2645.
To schedule a tour of the cabin and fort, email us!


Ontelaunee Park Entrance   ONTELAUNEE PARK
"Just A Beautiful Spot"
Marie Snyder Kister's father, Homer Nathan Snyder, son of Nathan H. Snyder, owned and operated the New Tripoli Garage from 1914 to 1930. Mr. Snyder founded, established, and operated Ontelaunee Park from 1929 to 1966, a total of 37 years.

Read about how Ontelaunee Park began.

     
PA Dutch Bank Barn   PA DUTCH BANK BARN
Reviving this barn at Ontelaunee Park's Pioneer Village will go a long way toward the continuation of local historical preservation.

Read about our newest restortation.

     
Zeisloff Log Cabin   ZEISLOFF LOG CABIN
The George Zeisloff log house, built in the 1740's, was originally located along Zeisloff Road about a mile west of New Tripoli. It was moved to Ontelaunee Park in 2001. In the preservation process, we have tried to restore this house as closely as possible to the original structure.

Plan your visit to the Zeisloff Log Cabin.

Read about Zeisloff's move to Ontelaunee Park.

Lehigh County Log Cabin Trail: Zeisloff Log Cabin
     
Zeisloff Log Cabin   FORT EVERETT
After leaving the scene in the 1750's after the French and Indian War, approximately 248 years later it has returned to be enjoyed as a reminder to the pioneers who settled our country.

Plan your visit to Fort Everett.

Learn more about the history of Fort Everett.

Lehigh County Log Cabin Trail: Fort Everett
 
 

 
 
The Lynn-Heidelberg Historical Society is a registered 501(c)3 organization.