An Island Adventure on the
Susquehanna River - Middle Section
Great River Adventure: this year's date is June 3, 2017. Check the GRA page for details.
New Island Camping Opportunity South of Harrisburg on Sassafras Island... See Island Info and Maps page
In case of a life threatening emergency call 911. To report campsite problems contact:
Ranger Chad Woleslagle
Everyone in the general public is encouraged and welcome to use the Susquehanna River Trail but please be aware:
WARNING TO ALL RIVER TRAIL USERS: Canoeing, kayaking, boating, camping and other river-related outdoor activities have inherent risks. The river environment (moving water, cold water, deep water, tricky currents, rocks, poison ivy, ticks, etc.), weather extremes (cold, heat, electrical storms, wind, etc.), and man –made structures (esp. dams) pose potential hazards. The river trail user should familiarize themselves with these hazards and have or obtain adequate skills to safely experience the river environment. Your safety is your responsibility!
Note: Since the printing of this trail guide, there have been island campsite closures and new campsites developed.
Campsites 105, 103, and 101 have been permanently closed. New campsites - 121, 120a, 120b, 101a, 101b, and 73a – have
been developed. Campsite 73 is now known as 73b. For more information on these sites including updated GPS coordinates,
please visit www.susquehannarivertrail.org
The Susquehanna River 444 Club would like to recognize anyone who has paddled the entire 444 miles of the Susquehanna River Water Trail from Cooperstown, NY to Havre de Grace, MD. It is an elite club. (READ MORE)
NOW is the time to join SRTA... all NEW memberships received after June 30 will apply to 2017 as well as the remainder of 2016.
Under the Trail Stewardship section of the web site, go to the Forms-Docs page to print out a copy of the Membership Application. Find out about a reduced price and premium for getting a two year membership!
Click for updated Membership Application
How To Contact Us
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