Buffalo Creek Water Trail
Water Trail Guide

Water Trail Guide Published

Newsletter Feature - April 2013

Each month learn about a local project being funded through the Susquehanna Greenway Mini-Grant Program that is helping to build the Greenway and connect people to the Susquehanna River. The program is funded in part by the PA Dept of Conservation and Natural Resources.


Buffalo Creek winds, twists, and gurgles across much of Union County until it meets the West Branch of the Susquehanna at Lewisburg, PA. For many locals it has always been a favorite paddling desitnation, but outside local circles it has remained relatively unknown.

With assistance from a SGP Mini-Grant the Buffalo Creek Watershed Alliance (BCWA) wants to let the cat out of the bag. They have developed a two-sided, full color Buffalo Creek Water Trail Guide will help paddlers safely navigate and enjoy this special resource.  The brochure includes maps of Buffalo Creek as well as information about its natural and human history.

The water trail guides will be available at different outdoor and tourism agencies throught Union County.

You can also access a digital version of the guide here.

To learn more about BCWA, visit:  www.buffalocreek.org