An Island Adventure on the
Susquehanna River - Middle Section
Great River Adventure / Roaring Bull Canoe, Kayak, and SUP Races on June 6, 2015: Registration and waiver forms are now posted on the GRA page.
Everyone in the general public is encouraged and welcome to use the Susquehanna River Trail but please be aware:
WARNING TO ALL RIVER TRAIL USERS: Canoeing, kayaking, boating, camping and other river-related outdoor activities have inherent risks. The river environment (moving water, cold water, deep water, tricky currents, rocks, poison ivy, ticks, etc.), weather extremes (cold, heat, electrical storms, wind, etc.), and man –made structures (esp. dams) pose potential hazards. The river trail user should familiarize themselves with these hazards and have or obtain adequate skills to safely experience the river environment. Your safety is your responsibility!
Are You a 444 Club Member?
The Susquehanna River 444 Club would like to recognize anyone who has paddled the entire 444 miles of the Susquehanna River Water Trail from Cooperstown, NY to Havre de Grace, MD. It is an elite club. (READ MORE)
A Loss to the Susquehanna River Trail Community
James W. McNulty III, 68, of Atlanta, GA, died Monday, January 13, 2014, at home. His wife, Cheryl Ann Kilcullen, preceded him in death. Born in Scranton, son of the late Hortense Hagen McNulty and James McNulty II, he was a 1963 graduate of Scranton Prep, a graduate of the University of Scranton and received his law degree from Widener School of Law. He lived for many years in the Harrisburg/Hershey area. After retiring as the secretary of the Pennsylvania PUC, he moved to Atlanta to continue his development as an avid outdoorsman. His career as a talented golfer began in the 1950s. He garnered many honors and won numerous tournaments in the Scranton area. After leaving Scranton, he became a world class kayaker, traveling to many countries to test his skills. Along with golf and kayaking, he became a devoted and skilled fly fisherman and hunter. An early environmentalist, he was a member and served as the president of the Susquehanna River Trail Association.Surviving are a daughter, Shannon McNulty, Atlanta; and a sister, Susan McNulty Coyne, Shaker Heights, Ohio. A memorial service will be announced at a later date. The family requests donations to Scranton Preparatory School, 1000 Wyoming Ave., Scranton, PA 18509. www.pennlive.com/obits
Published in Patriot-News on Jan. 18, 2014
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!!
NOW is the time to join SRTA... all new memberships will apply to 2015.
Many thanks to our 2013 islands stewards: John Meister, Tim Schaeffer, Sara Nicholas, Joe Frassetta, Marci Mowery, Jack Ridings, Julie Hoskins, Desiree Fox, Kelly Donaldson, Andrew Donaldson, Clark Miller, Linda Danner, Keith Danner, Meghan McCann, Josh McKinney, Pat Reilly, Tony Reilly, Harrisburg Inner City Outings, Ben Margerum, Erin Margerum, Keith Smalley, Jay Riley, Stephen Williams, John Olin, Jeff Miller and family, William Abers, Sam Simpson, Gary Tanner, Jay Knipmeyer, and, last but not least, Ed Griegel and the crew at Sunbury Generation, LLC. We couldn’t do it without all of you! And another VERY SPECIAL THANKS to Sunbury Generation for supporting the SRTA through proceeds from an annual golf outing that they sponsor.
Under the Trail Stewardship section of the web site, go to the Forms-Docs page to print out a copy of the Membership Application. Find out about a reduced price and premium for getting a two year membership!
Winter 2014 Newsletter Issue Now Available
Go to the Trail News page to read the Winter 2014 newsletter issue. Read about the special premium available to members who sign up for 2 years at a reduced rate!
How To Contact Us
- SRTA Email Account - email@example.com The email is checked daily, and where indicated, messages are forwarded to the most appropriate contact person for action or a response.
Trail Guide Supplementary Update Charts:
- SRTA Post Office Box - SRTA, PO Box 62023, Harrisburg PA 17106-2023 The postal mailbox is checked weekly, and where indicated, mail is forwarded to the most appropriate contact person for action or a response.
A reminder: An update to the printed trail guide can be found on the Trail Guides page. It contains additions and changes to the trail features that have occurred since the guide was printed. It will be updated as changes occur or are reported.
On June 18, 2012, the chart on River Shore Amenities, P3, was updated to reflect changes in the Selinsgrove shore area, including an additional outfitter, Creekside Ventures, and the addition of a shore-side campground, Ferryboat Campsites, just south of Liverpool.
On July 9, 2012, the chart on River Shore Amenities, P7, was updated to reflect a change of location for Susquehanna Outfitters, in the Harrisburg area.
RIVER WATCH FORUM:
Isle of Que River Guides has added a new feature section to their web site where readers can actively participate in several forums concerning the river and its resources and health. Visit it now to share information.