Susquehannock State Park


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Susquehannock State Park


Location:From PA Route 372 west of Buck, in the extreme southern part of the state.
Facilities:Group tent camp, pit toilets, picnic areas, picnic pavilions (é), hiking trails (5 miles), bridle trails, softball fields, playground, scenic overlook (é).
Activities:Camping, hiking, horseback riding, picnicking.
Special Features:The old stone house near the park office is the Landis House, named for the last owner. It was built in 1850 and is an example of stone architecture and craftsmanship of the time. The exterior of the structure has been stabilized, but the interior is not safe for public use.
Address:1880 Park Dr
Drumore, PA 17518

Phone:717-432-5011
Web: www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/parks/susquehannock.aspx
Size: 224 acres.

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References in periodicals archive ?
Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn announced the appointment of Lee Dillon, former manager of Susquehannock State Park Complex, Lancaster County, to oversee operations at Mount Pisgah State Park, Bradford County.
Later he worked as assistant manager at Codorus and as interim manager at Susquehannock State Park Complex, Lancaster County.
The overlook is owned by LCC, and managed by DCNR as part of Susquehannock State Park. Environmental education staff from the park have been assisting with programming at the Columbia Crossing River Trails Center -- a gateway for land and water trails in the Susquehanna Riverlands.