Island 93 and 89 Susquehanna River Water Trail

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Island 93 and 89 Susquehanna River Water Trail is a 10.8 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Halifax, PA that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

10.8 miles 5 feet Point to Point

dog friendly

birding

fly fishing

nature trips

walking

whitewater kayaking

forest

river

views

wild flowers

wildlife

Island 93 of the Susquehanna River Trail Middle Section. Enough space for maybe 4-5 tents, a fire ring, and a log book to share your experience. This island has its own beach with space for many canoes/kayaks. Island 93 also has a meandering trail to the camp area. A real gem of an island on the river, one could rate this as a Hilton Hotel on the river. The Susquehanna River Water Trail - Middle Section is a 51-mile water trail that runs from Sunbury to Harrisburg and includes 22 publicly owned islands for primitive camping and day use by paddlers and other boaters. The mission of the Susquehanna River Water Trail is to promote environmentally responsible recreation on the Susquehanna River and its islands and encourage resource awareness, stewardship, and conservation by river users. The trail is just one of several water trails efforts on the Susquehanna River and throughout Pennsylvania. It is also a component of the Chesapeake Gateways Network - a program of the National Parks Service Island 89 sits high dry almost in the center of the river. Wonderful views can be seen from its shores. Large enough for a few tents, complete with fire ring and all. The Susquehanna River Water Trail - Middle Section is a 51-mile water trail that runs from Sunbury to Harrisburg and includes 22 publicly owned islands for primitive camping and day use by paddlers and other boaters. The mission of the Susquehanna River Water Trail is to promote environmentally responsible recreation on the Susquehanna River and its islands and encourage resource awareness, stewardship, and conservation by river users. The trail is just one of several water trails efforts on the Susquehanna River and throughout Pennsylvania. It is also a component of the Chesapeake Gateways Network - a program of the National Parks Service

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