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Canoe Susquehanna runs guided river trips in easy-to-use Recreational Kayaks,Multi-Person Kayaks, and our famous, 26-foot-long Big Canoes. No experience is necessary for any of our trips! Our expert guides will teach everything required to have a great day on the water.

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Our River Routes are located on the Susquehanna River, south of Williamsport, east of State College, north of Harrisburg, and west of Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, right here in Central Pennsylvania.

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Private Mainstem Day 5

Jeremy Quant

"Fortune favors the fed"... isn't that how the saying goes? After last nights ice cream stop, we hoped so. 

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Tuesday started with beautiful weather and gently rising water, though some threatening clouds had started moving into the area by the time we portaged the Dockstreet Dam.

The day started with an early lunch at the Rock Bass Grill across from city island.  

The day started with an early lunch at the Rock Bass Grill across from city island.  

Later on in the day, Martha got full value with a little swim as we passed Hall Island; though luckily she came away unharmed. The scattered thunderstorms in the area coontinued to threaten us as we passed Three Mile Island.

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Our weather luck finally ran out on the final approach to York Haven Dam and we had to get off the river to let a storm pass when the thunder and lightning got too close for comfort. 

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After a tiring but otherwise successful portage of York Haven we put back in for the final short stretch to the take out at our campground. 

Having scouted for visual landmarks earlier that morning, Merrily gets her bearings for the ferry across to the take out.

Having scouted for visual landmarks earlier that morning, Merrily gets her bearings for the ferry across to the take out.

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