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Trip Advisor Beautiful and Expansive
Aug 18, 2014 by: Iwaswandering from Collingswood, New Jersey
I enjoyed my stroll and drive through this park. There are scenic views, historic sites and many walking trails. I hope to visit again in the autumn or winter.



Trip Advisor A MD Gem!
Aug 16, 2014 by: Miyelani from Hampstead
We visited while doing our state park Park Quest. Such a quiet, beautiful park. Definitely worth another visit. On the Saturday we went, it was surprisingly not busy.



Trip Advisor Wonderful, quiet park
Aug 05, 2014 by: LesPicker from Havre de Grace, Maryland
As a pro nature photographer I have spent lots of time in Susquehanna SP. It is small and has some nice, leisurely trails for hikes or biking. In fall it does have some photographic possibilities. It never has too many people, so it is a nice place for a family hike. Lots of deer. Good boating launch ramp on the Susquehanna River.



Trip Advisor One of our favorite local spots - a must go.
Jul 22, 2014 by: BigDaddyLawrence from Hampstead, Maryland
Very quiet, private and spacious sites with nice picnic tables, level pads, well-wooded. Some have electric. There are walk-in sites and electric equipped cabins as well. Very clean and new bath houses. Playground for the kids. Ampitheater has special events on weekends (nature stuff). Fire wood is available on Craig's Corner road from a roadside self-serve stand (way better than buying the crappy state park firewood). Plenty of wood also in the campground. You are not permitted to bring in your own wood, so cover it up! Nearby are great places to fish and go tubing in Deer Creek. Plenty of hiking trails. Near Conowingo Dam and Havre de Grace as nice day trips. We went for a week this year. Price is around $35 per night with electric. A great place for tenters, RVers or Cabinnites.



Trip Advisor Great Camping!
Jul 01, 2014 by: Kyte H from Annapolis, Maryland
Somewhat secluded, walk-up primitive camp sites. Great little camping areas, very shaded but still enough room to look at the stars and enjoy the evening firefly shows. Clean bath house, helpful staff. Stayed there to kayak Gunpowder River and Gunpowder River State Park only accommodates camping groups (Boy Scouts, Church/Reunions, etc). Will come back and try to bring more friends!


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