The snow is melting, and the temperatures are warming up, making Spring a great time to visit Valley Forge.

Get ready to explore the outdoors, perfect your swing on the golf course, and enjoy community celebrations throughout the region.

Let’s Go Exploring

Pottstown's Riverfront Park is one of several trailheads for the SRT, but there are still large gaps that the Heritage Area is working to fill.

With 96 miles of trails throughout Montgomery County, get your daily steps in as you explore the urban trails and quiet countryside. Paved biking trails offer a unique way to see the sights and squeeze in a bit of exercise, too. 


At Valley Forge National Historical Park, connect with history along more than 20 miles of mixed-use trails. Named “Best Urban Trail” by readers of USA Today and 10Best, the Schuylkill River Trail has 16 miles in Montco, with the full 60-mile trail connecting southern Montgomery County through Pottstown, Phoenixville, Valley Forge, Norristown, and Conshohocken on its way to Philadelphia.  


Get Ready for a Round of Golf 

Turtle Creek Golf Course

With more than 20 golf courses in Montco open to the public, there’s no better place to perfect your golf swing. Make your way onto the course at Turtle Creek Golf Course, where the turf has been called “best in the Northeast,” or push your skills to the limit at Twin Ponds Golf Course, where eleven holes feature water, making the course extra challenging. 


For a unique golf outing, test your skills at TopGolf in King of Prussia in one of the venue’s climate-controlled hitting bays offering comfortable surroundings and televisions to keep up with your score and the latest sports too.  


Be sure to download the Montco Golf Guide to make the most of your time on area courses and plan ahead by booking tee times in advance. 


Everyone is Irish for St. Patrick’s Day


This March, join in on the St. Paddy’s Day celebrations in Montco as communities around the area celebrate Irish traditions. Don’t miss the family-friendly Saint Patrick's Day Parade in Conshohocken, featuring marching bands, Irish dance groups, and plenty of festivities. Then, experience traditional Irish fare served at Jack Cassidy's Irish Pub in Pottstown, along with traditional Irish music. And be sure to wear your green; we don’t want the leprechauns to find you!


Other festivities for the day include celebrating with a pint at McAllister Brewing Company in North Wales and then making your way over to Troubles End Brewing in Collegeville for a Tullamore Dewd Dry Irish Stout; after all, everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. 


Spring Events for All


From live music events to guided museum tours, distillery events, and children's activities at the Riverbend Environmental Education Center, this Spring is filled with activities and events for everyone.


See your favorite musical artists, comedians, and other entertainers this spring at the Keswick Theater. This location is apart of our Arts Montco Pass, which takes you on a self-guided journey through the best arts and culture destinations our city has to offer. 


Visit the Valley Forge online calendar of events to learn more about these events and other activities taking place during March and the upcoming year. There’s something for everyone to experience this March in Valley Forge and Montgomery County.