If you are looking for an easy, beginner paddle on the West Branch of the Susquehanna, this might be a great place to start.
Launch at Lapidum Boat Ramp and paddle up river to do a figure 8 around islands in the Susquehanna.
Paddle from Perryville Community Park up the mouth of the Susquehanna River and around Garrett Island.
Paddle from a quieter area of the state into Pennsylvania's capital city in under 10 miles.
Paddle past the the lock remnants of one of the best operated Pennsylvania canals and see the last river crossing ferry in existance on the Susquehanna.
Start this paddle at the mouth of the Juanita River and follow it until a mile past mini Statue of Liberty.
Paddle along the calm waters where log rafts used to be abundantly floating downriver to thir final destination at Port Deposit, Maryland.
Start your day on the river, paddle downstream and stop at Milton State Park, an island in the river, just in time for lunch.
Paddle through a more populated section of the Susquehanna in southern New York.
This calm, quiet stretch of river is great for beginners and those wishing to try out Stand-up paddle boarding. Leisurely paddle downstream in the last miles of the Northern Susquehanna while viewing wildlife and history along the banks.
The banks surrounding this paddle offer history of Native Americans in the area and their interaction with the incoming French trying to escape the revolutions in Haiti and back in France.
This short, relaxing paddle takes you from a beautiful public park to a historic river town that is also home to the North Branch Trail Manager.
This paddle is located between the Holtwood Dam and the Conowingo Dam in Maryland. It will take you between several of the islands in the lower Susquehanna that you can spend the say exploring!
This 6-mile run along the Middle Susquehanna may be lacking in river miles, but it makes up for it with a variety of sites and landmarks.
From Burnside at mile 217, follow the winding waters of the West Branch Susquehanna to McGees Mill covered bridge at mile 209.
Starting at mile 228 of the West Branch Susquehanna, downstream to Burnside at mile 217, follow the winding waters in the headwaters of the river.
Enjoy a leisurely paddle along the beautiful waters of Lake Clarke, taking you through Lancaster and York counties.
The Susquehanna River makes a great bend on its way from Cooperstown, NY to the Chesapeake Bay, dipping into Pennsylvania for the first time in Susquehanna County, thus giving this trail its name.