Williamsport, Lock Haven and Clearfield all feature beautiful riverfront parks and walking paths on the West Branch of the Susquehanna River.
Things to do
Lock Haven River Walk
Through the generous support of local sponsors, Lock Haven provides free concerts throughout the summer on Fridays at Triangle Park, and on Sundays at the J Doyle Corman Amphitheater & Floating Stage on the Susquehanna River.
Williamsport River Walk
The Williamsport Susquehanna Riverwalk is a long paved bikeway / walkway loop along the levee system. Learn from interpretative signage, rest on benches and a enjoy the woodhick bronze sculpture by Muncy artist, Pam Madia Barner, showcasing our region’s rich lumbering era. This life size sculpture will be rendered in bronze and will be placed on the trail.
Clearfield River Walk
Take a stroll along the Susquehanna on the Clearfield Riverwalk, which features an amphitheater, a public park and easy access to downtown amenities. A whopping 102 miles of the West Branch Susquehanna River flows through Clearfield County, making it a great destination for river recreation, such as kayaking, boating, and fishing.
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