SNHA Maps & Guides
SNHA publishes several maps and guides to enhance your visit to our National 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.
Mobile Friendly Region Maps:
Android Application: Susquehanna NHA Trails
Apple Application: Susquehanna NHA Trails
Google Map: Master Trail Map
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.
Map and guide for accessing this southern Lancaster County trail that stretches from Safe Harbor beyond Quarryville.
Browse through Columbia’s downtown businesses in this guide. Listings include Food, Antiques, Boutiques, Heritage Sites, Recreation, and Lodging. This great guide is designed and printed by Susquehanna NHA in partnership with the Merchant’s Association of Columbia.
Explore all the amazing heritage sites along the NW River Trail with the SNHA Trail Heritage Map: bit.ly/NWRTHeritage. (Works best on GoogleMaps Application.)
Check out York County’s riverfront Trail Town! Listings include Parks, Heritage & Attractions, Outfitters & Marinas, as well as Restaurants & Shopping. This guide is designed and printed by Susquehanna NHA in partnership with York County Economic Alliance.
Paddler’s map and guide to the scenic Susquehanna River from Harrisburg through Lancaster and York Counties to Maryland.
Paddle excursion and self-guided tour of the Conejohela Flats. Use this map and guide to explore the low-lying islands and mud flats on the lower Susquehanna River known as the Conejohela Flats.
Rack card with information for visitors to explore and learn more about Columbia Crossing River Trails Center.
Rack card with information for visitors to explore and learn more about the Zimmerman Center for Heritage.
For additional Maps and Guides for the Susquehanna Riverlands visit the Susquehanna Riverlands website.