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Looking for information about the Susquehanna Riverlands during your visit? Stop in at one of our three Visitor Centers!
Columbia Crossing River Trails Center
Located in Columbia River Park along the Susquehanna River, Columbia Crossing is the primary visitor information and education center for exploring the Susquehanna Riverlands. The facility offers exhibits, programs, picnic pavilion and public restrooms. Columbia Crossing is also the southern trailhead for the Northwest Lancaster County River Trail. The center is managed by Susquehanna Heritage for the Borough of Columbia.
Susquehanna Valley Visitor Center
The Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce operates this visitor center in the historic river town of Columbia to provide information to the community as well as to travelers and tourist to this area. The Visitor Center staff is available to help travelers make the most of their visit to the Susquehanna Riverlands.
Zimmerman Center for Heritage
Visit the Zimmerman Center to hike, paddle, view river art, and learn about river history. This site on the York County riverfront offers an historic 18th century house, heritage walkway, waterfront pavilion, boardwalk, paddlecraft launch, floating dock, and trailhead for exploring the adjacent 180-acre Native Lands County Park.
The Zimmerman Center is owned and managed by Susquehanna Heritage and has been designated by the National Park Service as Pennsylvania’s official visitor contact and passport station for the Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail.