Fort Roberdeau is a county park located in Blair County, Pennsylvania. We offer a variety of activities and services to the community. We have picnic tables, pathways and several hundred acres of public land. We are best known for the Fort located here. We offer tours of the fort, and special activities for organizations.
Fort Tours (May 1- Oct 31)
Tuesday – Saturday: 11am – 5 pm
Sunday – Monday: 1pm – 5 pm
Park hours are 8am - Sunset.
You can contact us at (814)946-0048. Our Address is 383 Fort Roberdeau Road, Altoona PA. Our GPS is N40 34.916 W78 16.450
Want to know more about the fort? More about what it was like on the frontier in Pennsylvania during the American Revolution? A visit to Fort Roberdeau will help you imagine life in the 18th century. In 1778, the Pennsylvania frontier was the most dangerous place in North America. Supporters of independence battled British Tories and Native Americans in the valleys and along the ridges. Many settlers fled their homes in favor of safer places.The fort, although built to protect a lead mine operation, brought a sense of safety and security to the region. Come visit us, tour the fort and learn our story.
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