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The banks of the Susquehanna south of Harrisburg was once lined with industry. Manufacturing, steel mills and railroad yards were visible as far as the eye could see - and their presence made the river less than inviting. Now that much of that is gone the river has been reborn as a sportsman's paradise. Paddlers can enjoy a relaxing, easy float on the now scenic Susquehanna all within minutes of the Capital Metro Area.
Remember: safe use of rivers and any designated trails, at any time, is your responsibility! Water trail maps are for informational and interpretive purposes only and are not meant for navigational purposes, nor do they take into account level of skills or ability required to navigate rivers. The National Park Service, Chesapeake Conservancy and/or the individual trail associations assume no responsibility or liability for any injury or loss resulting directly or indirectly from the use of water trails, maps or other printed or web-based materials. Learn more about water safety.