Official Guide & Brochures
Central Pennsylvania's Susquehanna River Valley is a scenic collection of authentic destinations, where the River connects you to classic Pennsylvania heritage and outdoor discovery... So there's a jewel to uncover at every trail, turn, and stop.
Our 3-county region is home to dozens of unique antique shops.
Cabin Fever setting in? We have the cure! Check out the treasures of the Susquehanna River Valley at one of these great events!
Route 45 is a thriving artisan's trail. It traverses some of Pennsylvania's most stunning countryside and is home to a wealth of artists and craftsmen working in both contemporary and traditional styles.
This newly-updated cartoon map shows the majority of the 3-county region, as well as close-ups of several towns.
Think you hear the sound of horse hooves clip-clopping along wooden planks as you travel around the Susquehanna River Valley?
Bounded by the scenic Susquehanna River and Bucknell University, Lewisburg's heart resides in its charming downtown.
Settled in the late 1700s by German immigrants, the borough was initially two villages: Elias Youngman's town at the west end and George Rote's town on the east.
The story of Milton revolves around its industrial heritage and the people who have met the challenge of keeping the historic town moving forward.
Owing to the rich deposits of anthracite coal under and surrounding Mount Carmel, coal mining began in the late 1840s and continues on a smaller scale to this day.
Founded in 1772, Northumberland's location near the confluence of the north and west branches of the Susquehanna River influenced its development from the days of Native Americans and pioneers to its evolvement into a transportation and industrial center.
Selinsgrove became an important Susquehanna River community since George Gabriel established a trading post on the Isle of Que in 1754.
Founded in 1772, the City of Sunbury has a rich history, from its days as a Native American village and frontier fort to today.
This friendly map is designed to make it easy for you to go from one family attraction to another in the Valleys of the Susquehanna.
Regardless of the season, the natural beauty of the Susquehanna River Valley's streams, creeks, lakes, and its namesake, the Susquehanna River, invites all to explore the great outdoors.
The Susquehanna River Valley offers an array of golf courses, both public and semi-private, for all to enjoy. In fact, one of our golf courses was given 3 1/2 stars by Golf Digest. If you're looking for miniature golf (for the kids, or the kid-at-heart) we have several mini golf courses to offer, too.
The Susquehanna River Valley is a beautiful valley steeped in lore and undiscovered treasures – a region rich in cultural heritage.
This full-color agritourism map features farmers markets, pick-your-own farms, farm stays and more, in the Valleys of the Susquehanna 5-county region.
The Susquehanna River Valley offers all kinds of fun things to do for kids (and kids-at-heart). Even on rainy days, we offer a multitude of things to occupy your little one.
The northern section of the Bald Eagle State Forest offers excellent mountain biking on diverse trails.
Welcome to Otzinachson, the West Branch of the Susquehanna River. 270 years ago, during the colonial period, this place was on the southern edge of Iroquoia. It was here that Native Americans, colonists, and Europeans came together to trade, negotiate, and live.
The Susquehanna, one of the largest rivers flowing into the Atlantic, forms one of the most beautiful and scenic valleys anywhere in America.
One of the many pleasures of visiting our region is walking around our traditional town centers. Venture inside the post offices and you may be surprised to find beautiful and significant works of art usually found in galleries and museums.
This map shows the 3-county region that makes up the Susquehanna River Valley, as well as surrounding communities.
Route 15 is a very popular north-to-south route for travelers coming from Canada, New York, Washington DC and beyond.
Winding its way through the historic towns of the Susquehanna River Valley, the Susquehanna River provides year round inspiration and recreation. While this list is certainly not exhaustive, it provides twenty unique and memorable river spots.
(For Bucknell and Susquehanna Students)
When you're not studying hard, paying full attention in class, watching a cool performance on-campus, attending a great reading, visiting the on-campus Gallery, hearing a great guest speaker, or cheering your team to victory until you're hoarse...
Well, what else is there to do?