High river levels extend Pride of the Susquehanna trips

 

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If paddle boats interest you and you’re willing to travel a little farther up river (25 miles) be sure to check out the historic Millersburg Ferry.

Pride of the Susquehanna River Boat

Pride of the Susquehanna – Photo by Vie Lipowski

 
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