Think you hear the sound of horse hooves clip-clopping along wooden planks as you travel around the Susquehanna River Valley? Well, you’re probably not dreaming – Amish and Mennonite buggies are often spotted on many of our 17 covered bridges in the tri-county region, including one reputed to be the oldest in the Commonwealth. When you take this road trip, you'll discover a part of history that's not so far behind you.
The Underground Railroad was used to describe the informal network to aide escaped slaves moving north, and this tour highlights our region’s history with stops in Lewisburg, South Williamsport, Williamsport, Pennsdale, and Muncy.
The Susquehanna River Valley is made up of many unique and thriving downtowns: Selinsgrove, Lewisburg, Mifflinburg, Milton, Sunbury, Mt. Carmel, and Northumberland, just to name a few. Each downtown has its own unique character, architecture, and history, not to mention diverse shops, restaurants…