Susquehanna Heritage is a non-profit organization and officially-designated Pennsylvania Heritage Area. We collaborate with local, state and national partners to advance our Vision for the Susquehanna Riverlands as a National Destination for outdoor fun and cultural discovery. Our work focuses on Placemaking that enhances the quality and appeal of the river’s special places and landscapes and Tourism Development that increases the visibility and readiness of the river as a visitor destination. We are part of HeritagePA, Pennsylvania’s statewide Heritage Area network, and are seeking recognition by the U.S. Congress as a National Heritage Area.

Latest News

ACTION ALERT: Help Stop the Raid on Special Funds for PA Conservation, Recreation, and Preservation!

  Action Alert: Please contact your PA House members today and ask them to stop the pending raid on state funding committed to conservation, recreation, and preservation projects across Pennsylvania, […]

Current Color: A Year on the River exhibited at Columbia Crossing

Susquehanna Heritage is proud to host the work of local Columbia artist Diana Thomas at Columbia Crossing this September. The exhibit, titled Current Color: A Year on the River  chronicles Thomas’s […]

Funding for PA Conservation, Outdoor Recreation & Farmland Preservation in Jeopardy Once Again!

Funding for PA Conservation, Outdoor Recreation & Farmland Preservation in Jeopardy Once Again!   With negotiations still going on in Harrisburg about a Fiscal Code bill to pay for the state […]

Upcoming Events

Hour with a Park Ranger – Decomposers

Join Samuel S. Lewis State Park’s Environmental Educator, Curtis Sherwood, for a free kid-friendly weekly nature series! Meet on the deck at Columbia Crossing to explore exciting topics including Bird […]

Creepy Crawlers

Hunt for strange insects that come out as it starts to turn dusk and try to identify critters you find Join Environmental Educator Curtis Sherwood on a hike on the […]

Weekend programs at the Zimmerman Center

These free public programs explore Susquehannock Indian life, the Susquehanna as an inspiration, and the nature and ecology of the river. Click calendar to see program times.   Native Lands […]

Stories of the Land

Friend of the River

Your annual donation in any amount makes you an official Friend of the Susquehanna River and gives you bragging rights for your support of outdoor recreation and heritage education, public access to the river, and tourism development and services in the riverlands of Lancaster and York.