Along the Susquehanna River in Lancaster and York Counties, quaint towns with Native American roots were "the Gateway to the West." Part of its history is the canal system, the Underground Railroad and the "burning of the bridge" which led to the battle of Gettysburg. Today, our river towns are known for their architecture, artisans, attractions, bed and breakfasts, covered bridges, drive-in theaters, festivals, golf courses, history, hotels, museums, outdoor recreational activities, restaurants, shops, theatres, vineyards and much more. Assistance is provided for directions, referrals, reservations, etc. Restrooms and vending machines are available. Come experience our small town charm.