Whether you feel like walking or driving, have a whole day, or just an afternoon, there is a tour for you along the Greenway! Explore the links below and get going.
Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location. Learn more here: www.geocaching.com
Clearfield County GeoTrail - Each year the Clearfield County Recreation and Tourism Authority picks a new trail theme and creates about 30 caches to take people to locations in that category category. County cemetaries, parks, and streams are included in the themes!
Legacy of Conservation GeoTrail - The idea behind this geotrail is to put geocachers on some of the best sites the Pennsylvania Wilds has to offer on state lands and significant conservation locations. Created by the PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, each geocache has a collectable “Legacy of Conservation” card, featuring one of Pennsylvania’s notable environmental heroes/heroines.
Middle Susquehanna Greenway Driving Tour – Middle Susquehanna
The Susquehanna River has been sending its waters and commerce to the Chesapeake Bay for thousands of years from Native American times, through the canal and industrial periods, and will continue to do so into the future. This driving tour will reveal some of the historic, economic, and geographic connections between the Middle Susquehanna River corridor and the Chesapeake Bay. This 95-mile tour explores some of the cultural and natural features of the Greenway and features audio interviews with local researchers and residents.
Native Paths Driving Tour – Middle Susquehanna
By: Susquehanna River Valley Visitor’s Bureau
Welcome to Otzinachson, the West Branch of the Susquehanna River. This tour will take you along the Native paths that formed arteries of exchange, communication, hunting, and war for Native peoples for centuries before the arrival of the European settlers.
Underground Railroad Driving Tour - Middle Susquehanna
By: Susquehanna Heartland Humanitites Council
Riots, Rumors, and Stories: The Underground Railroad Period in Pennsylvania's Heartland, a self-guided driving tour. This tour hilights our region's history with stops in Lewisburg, South Williamsport, Williamsport, Pennsdale, and Muncy. Learn about local abolitionist movement, and distrubances related to the debate.
Tour Expansion (Centre, Clinton, Columbia counties)
Quilted Corners of Wyalusing - North Branch
By: Greater Wyalusing Chamber of Commerce
Drive through a backdrop of historic and beautiful barns and local businesses adorned with the artistry of traditional quilts in the form of an attached 8' x 8' wooden block with a single quilt design. Access the cell phone audio tour at each quilt square to learn more. Visit shops, museums, wineries, produce stands, galleries and historical sites along the way.
Leaf Peepers - In Living Color - North Branch
Pennsylvania is a land of vast wilderness, tall trees, and flowing fields of foliage. So you could just imagine the spectacle that takes place every autumn when PA decides to paint its prettiest picture of the year with splashes of reds, oranges, and yellows dominating the fall landscape. Bring your camera and your boots. You're about to get up close and personal with a masterpiece.
Bucktail Trail Highway/Route 120 Scenic Drive (4MB) – West Branch
By: PA Wilds
The Bucktail Trail, Route 120 begins in Lock Haven, follows the West Branch of the Susquehanna River for a ways before stretching 100 miles west to Ridgway. The Pennsylvania Wilds Tourism Marketing Corporation has developed a driving brochure for this lovely stretch of road and it can be found on their website.
Elk Scenic Drive – West Branch
By: PA Wilds
To help you discover these majestic creatures, PAWilds has mapped out the Elk Scenic Drive, a 127-mile route that winds its way through three state forests and three state game lands. You can hear bull elk bugle from the Gilbert Farm and Dent's Run sites on Winslow Hill.
Civil War Trails and Beyond: Follow me to 1863 – Lower Susquehanna
By: VisitPA.com and Civil War Trails
The Pennsylvania Civil War Trails: Prelude to Gettysburg tells the often-silent home front stories. It's on these Trails that the faceless are brought to life and the places in between are explored. Your journey begins in Harrisburg and takes you through the towns, farms, and fields that experienced war firsthand. Places like Wrightsville and Columbia that gave all they had to keep the Confederate forces from crossing the river.
Fall Foliage Driving Tours - Lower Susquehanna
By: Susquehanna Gateway Heritage Area
As you travel the roads along the Lower Susquehanna, these river auto tours provide a variety of sightseeing opportunities at the heart of the Susquehanna Gateway Heritage Area, including natural areas, structures, and communities that have been here for generations.
Towanda - North Branch
By the Towanda Borough
Wilkes-Barre (.pdf) - North Branch
By Downtown Wilkes-Barre
Wilkes University Grayson Arboretum (.pdf) - North Branch
By Wilkes University
Bloomsburg (.pdf) - North Branch
By Columbia County Historical & Genealogical Society and Columbia-Montour Visitors Bureau
Danville - North Branch
By The Danville Business Alliance
Northumberland (.pdf) – Confluence of the North and West branches
By The Northumberland County Historical Society
Sunbury (.pdf) – Confluence of the North and West branches
By The Northumberland County Historical Society
Lewisburg – West Branch
By The Lewisburg Downtown Partnership
Milton – West Branch
By The Improved Milton Experience
Williamsport (.pdf) – West Branch
By Williamsport Community Arts Center
Lock Haven, Haunted Walking Tour - West Branch
By Downtown Lock Haven
Clearfield (.pdf) - West Branch
By The Clearfield County Recreaion & Tourism Authority
Harrisburg (.pdf) - Middle Section
By The City of Harrisburg
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