Learn about local history, enjoy the companionship of other friendly paddlers, and improve your canoe or kayak skills on this lovely stretch of river! This North Branch Park to Park route travels 6 miles between Columbia Park and Bloomsburg Town Park.
The trip shuttle leaves the Bloomsburg Town Park (gps coordinates 40.989801, -76.450398 Address 160 W Ft McClure Blvd, Bloomsburg, PA 17815) at 1:00 pm. If you have personal boats to transfer to our trailer, or have not completed the paperwork/payment for this trip, please arrive with sufficient time to resolve details before 1 pm.
At Columbia Park, we’ll unload gear and Canoe Susquehanna's Allan Quant, will deliver his epic, headlining, always sold-out, roll-in-the-isles laughing, critically-acclaimed river safety and paddling instruction presentation! An historic event in and of itself!
Once on the water, keep alert for sightings of bald eagles and herons. There will be opportunities to swim and cool off new friends with our complementary water blasters. Our guides will be pointing out interesting natural & historic features along the way.
Cost is $55 per 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.
Save $10 for a cost of $45 per person if you Bring Your Own Boat.
Reservations are required. Send us an emailMail@PaddleHappy.com or give us a call (888-524-7692 or 570-524-7692) for details and to book your spot!
2018 North Branch Park-to-Park Trip Dates:
- Sunday, July 1 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!
Meeting location map and GPS
40º 59’ 22” N, 76º 27’ 2” W
Directions: Bloomsburg Town Park parking lot facing river, at the corner of Colonial St and W Fort McClure Blvd