Is there anything better than getting out in the great outdoors?

If you like the great outdoors, you’ll love the Susquehanna Riverlands.

Come for the day. Make memories for a lifetime. No one does the great outdoors better! Reconnecting with nature on a camping trip is an excellent way to experience the Susquehanna Riverlands.

Whether you are looking for adventure on the river or wish to relax by the campfire, you’ll find what you’re looking for here. The most common types of camping in the Susquehanna Riverlands are Tent, RV and Cabin camping, all of which offer different ways to enjoy nature and the outdoors. Whichever type of camping you love, you can have a great time enjoying the wilderness, and the peace it brings.

Immerse yourself in nature by exploring hidden waterways, peaceful woods, unspoiled nature preserves, jaw-dropping overlooks and a wide, majestic river. Discover over 50 miles of waterways during your stay! With endless miles of hiking trails you’re sure to find a favorite. Then settle into camp for the night and enjoy the solitude of a warm fire and a starry sky.

????️Gather your gear and grab your friends for a camping trip to the Susquehanna Riverlands!

Energy Island

Stand Out Accommodation: Tent Camping
Favorite Feature: Island Camping on the Susquehanna River

Part of the Susquehanna Water Trail, this primitive campsite was built by Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority (LCSWMA) in 2012 on Energy Island, in Conoy Township, Lancaster County, between Marietta and Bainbridge. There is a convenient path blazed from to river’s edge to the site, signage along the water trail to notify travelers of the site, a charcoal grill for camper’s use and a guest book for visitors to record their journey.

Conoy Township, PA

River Rock Adventures

Stand Out Accommodation: Tent Camping
Favorite Feature: Susquehanna Riverfront Camping in a Single Campsite

Located along the banks of the Susquehanna River in Conoy Township, this campsite features a single, 2 acre campsite with multiple tent sites on decks and organic ground. There are no formal facilities, no hook ups of any kind or running water available on site.  Your reservation includes full reign of the entire campsite including all tent sites, kitchen area, solar shower bag compatible shower area, port-a-potty,  portable fire ring with fire wood and Ridgeline Hammock rentals. A variety of amenities and gear rentals are available to add to your reservation.

Private access allows kayak, stand-up paddling, and other paddle boat access. Fish the river banks all day and night for the biggest catch or teach a new generation of fisherman the love of the sport. Hike or bike the Northwest Lancaster County River Trail, explore all it has to offer on its 14 mile stretch from Falmouth to Columbia during your stay.

00 King’s Road, Bainbridge, PA 17502
(717) 449-9033


Muddy Run Campground

Stand Out Accommodation: RV Camping
Favorite Feature: Lake Side Camping

The Muddy Run Campground consist of 189 sites including 148 trailer sites with electric and water hookups, 38 tent sites, and 3 primitive group sites. Each site has a picnic table, a charcoal grill, a fire ring, and paved parking pads. Restroom and bath facilities, sanitary dumping stations, and coin operated laundry are available.

172 Bethesda Church Road W, Holtwood, PA 17532
(717) 284-5850


Otter Creek Campground

Stand Out Accommodation: RV Camping
Favorite Feature: Nature Trail to Otter Creek

Otter Creek Campground is a recreational area with facilities for camping, RV’s, picnicking, boating, and hiking. Visitors can enjoy programs and events at the campground throughout the year. Some of them can be found on the Susquehanna Riverlands calendar of events. Urey overlook, the Mason-Dixon Trail, and remnants of the historic York Furnace are all within walking distance. This is also an access point for the Susquehanna River Water Trail, managed by Susquehanna Heritage.

1101 Furnace Road, Airville, PA  17302
(717) 862-3628


Pequea Creek Campground

Stand Out Accommodation: RV Camping
Favorite Feature: Creek Side Camping

The campground has sites along the creek and in the woods for 55 tent and tent trailers and 30 travel trailers. A group site for organized youth or outdoor organizations is available by reservation. Facilities include a day-use area, play areas, nature trails, fishing on the creek. A group picnic pavilion can be reserved for a fee. A boat ramp is within a mile of the campground.

86 Fox Hollow Road, Pequea, PA  17565
(717) 284-4587


River Pointe Campground & Marina

Stand Out Accommodation: Cabin Camping
Favorite Feature: Susquehanna Riverfront Camping with Dock Slip Rentals

River Pointe Campground & Marina located along the Susquehanna River in York County provides opportunities for camping, boating, fishing, and enjoying the outdoors. Open from mid-April through the end of October. Full access to their updated pool with poolside tiki bar as well as an entertainment pavilion. The complex includes three marinas, plenty of riverside and marina adjacent campsites, hook ups, bathhouses, and restrooms. There are 12 Cabins available and 100 dock slips. Visitors can also enjoy the trails and wooded areas surrounding the campground.