These “cliffs” were created by the J.E. Baker quarry that once operated just inland from the river and whose flooded depths are now a popular scuba diving destination named The Bainbridge Sportsmen’s Club. That land is still privately owned but some of the donated Frey land does extend east towards the quarry. I would be careful on these cliffs though as they are not actual bedrock but waste material generated over the years by the quarry that has settled and solidified into a relatively hard substance. But it would be wrong to assume that this material is as structurturally strong as the actual dolomite that was mined at the location.
This new area will be a nice stop along the Northwest Lancaster County River Trail that extends from the Columbia River Park in Columbia to Falmouth.
June 6th marked the 3rd anniversary of the grand opening of The Turkey Hill Experience - what started out as the hulking ruins of the former Ashley & Bailey silk mill building ...
UPDATE: Click the link to read my in depth review of The Turkey Hill Experience.
→ The Turkey Hill Experience | NBC 10 Philadelphia
The link above leads to a very brief roundup of ...
→ The river side of Lancaster County - Bucks County Courier Times
Follow the link above for a general overview of places to see along the Susquehanna River's 40 mile frontage in western Lancaster County.
Lancaster County now has its own viewing of live eagle nest - LancasterOnline
What a great idea, and a brilliant way to promote awareness of the Northwest Lancaster County River Trail.
→ Missing link in popular Northwest Lancaster County River Trail will open Saturday - LancasterOnline
As noted in my photo gallery post on the White Cliffs of Conoy the path beneath ...
→ New Susquehanna River trail center in Columbia hosts open house, wows visitors - Lancaster Online
On this trip we parked at Koser Park in Bainbridge and walked 1.5 miles south along the Northwest Lancaster County River Trail to find the cliffs. I was told by ...
Click here for a map of where to park and how to get to the best area for exploring the potholes and rock formations. The best time to go is ...
→ 5 spectacular views of the Susquehanna River in two hours - LancasterOnline
I did most of my certification dives at Bainbridge Sportsmen's Club during the 80's and have many fond memories of the location. I'm excited at the new opportunities for recreational ...
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Built in 1905, Shocks Mill is a train bridge that crosses the Susquehanna in between the Lancaster County river towns of Bainbridge and Marietta. The mid-section's appearence is different due ...
→ 14-mile Northwest Lancaster County River Trail nears finish line - LancasterOnline
I've walked most of this route over the years starting from different locations, but having it all connected will ...
5 delicious things to know about the 2015 Lehigh Valley Food & Wine Festival | lehighvalleylive.com
6th Annual Lehigh Valley Food & Wine Festival will be held June 12 - 14, ...
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REVIEW | The Turkey Hill Experience – Columbia, PA
The Turkey Hill Experience + Chickies Rock County Park
What to see along the Susquehanna River in Lancaster County
Lancaster County now has its own viewing of live eagle nest
Missing link in popular Northwest Lancaster County River Trail will open Saturday
New Susquehanna River trail center in Columbia hosts open house
PHOTOS | White Cliffs of Conoy – Lancaster County, PA
PHOTOS | Conewago Falls Potholes near Falmouth, PA – Susquehanna River
5 spectacular views of the Susquehanna River in two hours
Historic quarry and scuba center near Bainbridge bought by waste authority
PHOTOS | Columbia River Park – Columbia, PA
PHOTOS | Shocks Mill Bridge – Lancaster County, PA
14-mile Northwest Lancaster County River Trail nears finish line
Local Links | May 12, 2015
PHOTOS | Shocks Mill Bridge Bike Path Flooded
PHOTOS | Riverfront Park – Lancaster County, PA