Susquehanna Riverlands State Park

A Pennsylvania state park

Explore multiple rock outcrop vistas over the river and nearly a mile of riverfront along the Susquehanna and 1.5 miles along Codorus Creek.

The 1,044-acre Susquehanna Riverlands State Park lies in York County, along the confluence of Codorus Creek with the beautiful Susquehanna River. Enjoy the view of Shocks Mill Railroad bridge from Schull’s Overlook. Approximately 2.75-mile-long portion of the Mason-Dixon Trail traverses the park. Susquehanna Riverlands State Park is open every day of the year, sunrise to sunset. Day use areas close at dusk.

Currently, no restroom facilities exist on site. Please plan accordingly.

c/o Samuel S. Lewis State Park
6000 Mt. Pisgah Road, York, Pa

(717) 252-1134