River Spots in Susquehanna River Valley

Find things to do along the rivers of Susquehanna River Valley
See the Susquehanna River by paddleboat: Cruise on the Hiawatha and hear tales of lumberjacks and other river characters. Historic Watsontown River Bridge: The bridge offers breathtaking views and some interesting history, too. It was designed and built in 1927, and listed as a historic place in 1988 for its engineering significance.  Milton State Park: The 82-acre island in the West Branch of the Susquehanna River is great for walking, biking and picnics, and also features wildlife habitats, a boat launch and great fishing. Lincoln Park Gazebo, downtown Milton: The Gazebo is home to Concerts in the Park during the summer months and offers year-round views of the river. Soldier’s Park: The park is the perfect spot for a relaxing afternoon on the river and a view of the Lewisburg River Bridge, an elegantly dotted structure with three-globed lampposts. Mariah’s Garden, Lewisburg: Mingle among the flowers along the river’s edge in this peaceful garden. The Fence Drive-In: One mile south of the Lewisburg River Bridge, this local eatery takes you back in time. Dine in your car while enjoying car-hop service or take a seat at a picnic table overlooking the river. Hunters Valley Winery, Liverpool: Enjoy daily wine tastings and views of endless mountains and vineyards, accompanied by the river backdrop. Camp along the river: There are 23 maintained campsites on islands stretching from Sunbury to Harrisburg.   Shikellamy State Park: The park offers great biking trails and the Shikellamy Overlook, featuring views of Northumberland, Sunbury and beyond.

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