Susquehanna Riverlands State Park
The 1,044-acre Susquehanna Riverlands State Park lies in York County, along the confluence of Codorus Creek with the beautiful Susquehanna River.
It is nearly six miles northwest of Wrightsville, Pennsylvania. The park features multiple rock outcrop vistas over the river and nearly a mile of riverfront along the Susquehanna with 1.5 miles along Codorus Creek.
An approximately 2.75-mile-long portion of the Mason-Dixon Trail traverses the park. This 200-mile-long trail connects the Appalachian Trail at Whiskey Springs in Cumberland County with Chadds Ford along the Brandywine River.
Seasons and Hours
Susquehanna Riverlands State Park is open every day of the year, sunrise to sunset. Day use areas close at dusk. Currently, no restroom facilities exist on site. Please plan accordingly.
Private Residences and Agricultural Fields Closed to Foot Traffic
Be aware, private residences within the boundaries of the park are closed to any/all foot traffic.
Additionally, all agricultural fields in crop production are also closed to any/all foot traffic.
Open recreational pathways are marked on the park map and follow existing roadways.
From I-83, take exit 24 onto PA-238 toward Emigsville. Turn left onto Starview Road. Turn left onto PA-24 north. Turn right onto Codorus Furnace Road. Turn left onto River Farm Road. After approximately 0.5 mile, the parking area is on the left.
GPS DD: Lat. 40.053868, Long. -76.644658
Access for People with Disabilities
This activity or structure is ADA accessible. If you need an accommodation to participate in park activities due to a disability, please contact the park you plan to visit.
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