Susquehanna Heritage publishes several maps and guides to enhance your visit to our Pennsylvania Heritage Area and the Susquehanna Riverlands. These publications are also available at our Zimmerman Center for Heritage and Columbia Crossing River Trails Center sites, along with brochures from other places of interest along the river.

Susquehanna Riverlands Map & Guide

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Map and guide to heritage and outdoor attractions in the Susquehanna Riverlands, the ribbon of scenic and historic landscapes along both shores of the Susquehanna River as it flows through Lancaster and York Counties.

 

 

 

 Susquehanna River Towns Parks and Trails Guide

Susquehanna-River-Towns-Parks_Trails-Guide-2016-PhotoMap and guide to river visitor centers, parks, preserves and trails near the historic river towns of Columbia, Marietta and Wrightsville.

 

 

Highpoint Heritage Trail Guide

Highpoint Heritage Trail Brochure - Riverlands Version 1-14-PhotoMap and guide for ½-mile heritage trail with waystops along accessible walking path to Highpoint’s summit and scenic overlook.

 

 

Native Lands Heritage Trail Guide

Native Lands County Park Brochure - Riverlands Version 5-14-photoMap and guide for one-mile heritage trail with waystops along packed earth and grass trail through historic Susquehannock Indian landscape.

 

 

Northwest Lancaster County River Trail Guide

NW-RiverTrail-2016-photoBiking and hiking map and guide for fourteen-mile, multi-use recreation trail along the Susquehanna River from Columbia to Falmouth.

 

 

Susquehanna River Water Trail Map & Guide (Lower Section)

Susquehanna River Water Trail Lower PhotoPaddler’s map and guide to the scenic Susquehanna River from Harrisburg through Lancaster and York Counties to Maryland.

 

Zimmerman Center for Heritage Visitor Guide

ZCHBrochure RiverlandsVersion5-14-photoVisitor guide to Susquehanna Heritage’s historic 18th century riverfront home that hosts river art and history programs and exhibits.

 

 

For additional Maps and Guides for the Susquehanna Riverlands visit the Susquehanna Riverlands website.