Paddle Buffalo Creek with Canoe Susquehanna staff and members of the Buffalo Creek Watershed Alliance. Buffalo Creek is an outstandingly beautiful paddle in the spring. Narrow, with a canopy of trees, the character of Buffalo Creek contrasts quite a bit with the more wide-open feel of our Susquehanna River paddling trips.
Because of low summer water levels, we aren't able to guide trips on Buffalo Creek later in the season. So, don't miss your chance to experience this unique tributary. Be sure to sign up for one of our Buffalo Creek Trips today!
Water, weather, & bridge construction permitting on April 26, 2015, we will be paddling the lower section of Buffalo Creek, from Strawbridge Road to St. George St., Lewisburg.
Water, weather, etc., permitting on May 9, we will begin to paddle at Cowan or Mazeppa (paddle's end location TBD).
Proceeds from this year's April 26 Buffalo Creek trip benefit the Buffalo Creek Watershed Alliance.
Before we launch our canoes & kayaks onto Buffalo Creek each trip, Allan Quant & Jeremy Quant will share information about paddling techniques, safety issues, etc.
PLEASE keep in mind that "early season" always means cold water and may well mean cold air temps. Expect to get your feet and lower legs wet whenever you enter or exit your kayak.
Cost: $40/person if you plan to use a Canoe Susquehanna kayak, please review the Boat Choices page to help you decide which model you would prefer to use.
Cost: $30/person if you bring your own equipment. For the Buffalo Creek routes, boats need not have FBC or DCNR stickers.
Reservations are required. Phone (888-524-7692 or 570-524-7692) or email Mail@PaddleHappy.com for details and to book your spot!
- Sunday, April 26 1pm-5pm
- Saturday, May 9 1pm-5pm
All end times are approximate.
All Canoe Susquehanna Trips Include:
- Well maintained boats and paddles
- Life jackets (PFDs)
- Dry bags to keep spare clothing dry
- Snacks and water
- Water blasters!
- Digital photos of your adventure
- Ride back to your car in one of our bright yellow buses.
- Paddling Instruction, Local History, and Wildlife Information from our friendly, expert guides!