Fun Along the Susquehanna River in North Central PA

It’s spring! And here at The Inn, Farmhouse and Brewing Co.
at Turkey Hill that makes us – and our guests – think about getting out and
enjoying nature. For starters, why not explore the Susquehanna River and all it
has to offer?
The longest river in the east coast area at 464 miles, the
Susquehanna flows between New York and Maryland, passing through area on its path.  One way to enjoy the stunning Susquehanna  is to
take a drive from one river town to the next, stopping along the way. There are also many places along the river
where you can fish, bike, hike and play. The front desk staff at The Inn at
Turkey Hill will be happy to help you get oriented.
One of our favorite outings is the Susquehanna Trail,
accessible at Bloomsburg Town Park. This biking-hiking trail, on portions of
the former Reading Railroad and Pennsylvania Canal path, winds nearly eight
miles through scenic Columbia County, taking in four municipalities. It’s a
delightful trail with many places to stop and rest or sightsee.
Fishing enthusiasts can also find great little spots to
drop a line along the Susquehanna Trail and at many other access points along
the river.  Those wishing to canoe will
find access points throughout the area, including in Bloomsburg Town Park and
Berwick Test Track Park. And sometimes, just even packing a book and relaxing
by the river is a delight on one of spring’s sunny days.

Whatever you choose to do, plan to have dinner and stay at
The Inn at Turkey Creek. It’s the perfect ending to a great spring day.

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