Susquehannock State Park, Drumore

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Susquehannock State Park is a Pennsylvania state park on in Drumore Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania in the United States. The park is on a scenic plateau overlooking the Susquehanna River and Conowingo Reservoir. The park is named for the Susquehannock people, who lived in the area. Susquehannock State Park is located on small roads a few miles south of Pennsylvania Route 372 and west of Pennsylvania Route 272. The nearest city is Quarryville, Pennsylvania, about East.
In addition to its many fine views of the river and Wissler Run, the park is used for picnics, hiking, horseback riding, and has organized group tenting facilities for overnight use by qualified groups.
Hiking trailsThere are of hiking trails at Susquehannock State Park. The trails wind through a variety of habitats. Native holly, rhododendron and a wide variety of wildflowers can be seen at the park. Woodland creatures like the white-tailed deer, songbirds and some lizards can be seen. Osprey, vultures, hawks and bald eagles can be seen soaring over the river and park from the scenic overlooks. All trails, except Rhododendron Trail, are open to horseback riding.
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  • I have yet to explore the hiking trails, but I absolutely LOVE the overlook. The overlook overlooks the lower end of the Susquehanna River, you can see the Normanwood Bridge and also the Peach Bottom....  more »
  • Just trying out someplace new for us on our anniversary. Well kept facilities. We walked the rhododendron trail. A bit rigorous but perfect for the day. Will be returning to hike the same trail when.....  more »
  • It has 2 great views of the Susquehanna River. The trails are generally easy with a few moderate options available. Great for families since there are plenty of short trails. If you want a longer, more challenging hike you can string together a few of the trails to make a 5-8 mile loop. Local foliage includes Rhododendron, Paw-Paw, Sassafras, Oak, and Maple.
  • Super easy to get to, easy and plentiful parking, well groomed tails. All in all a very nice park for a quick visit. Trails aren't too intense or long if you're looking for a workout this might not be the hike for you.

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