Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Chesapeake Conservancy, National Park Service Develop New Paddle The Susquehanna River Website

The Chesapeake Conservancy and National Park Service Chesapeake Bay Office have launched a new website to help paddlers learn where to go, what to do, and how to enjoy the Susquehanna River.
The Paddle the Susquehanna website serves as a home for launch information, water trails, and trip itineraries for the four regions of the river, including the North Branch, West Branch, Middle, and Lower sections.
“For almost two decades, the National Park Service has been helping Susquehanna River partners develop water trails, maps, boat launches, and signage to help get people on water,” said National Park Service Chesapeake Office Superintendent Wendy O’Sullivan. takes that work to a new level, making it easier than ever to find places to experience this majestic river.”
[For more information on water and other trails in Pennsylvania, visit the Explore PA Trails website.]

(Reprinted from DCNR’s October 16 Resource newsletter newsletter.  Click Here to sign up for your own copy.)
[Posted: October 17, 2019]

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