Lower Susquehanna Heritage Greenway Trail

Maryland


Uploaded: 4/21/2016
No Location Given
Uploaded: 4/21/2016
No Location Given
Uploaded: 8/7/2014
Lat: 39.65463 Long: -76.17270
Uploaded: 8/7/2014
Lat: 39.65055 Long: -76.16850
Uploaded: 8/7/2014
Lat: 39.65065 Long: -76.16849
Uploaded: 6/10/2014
No Location Given
Uploaded: 3/16/2014
No Location Given
Uploaded: 3/16/2014
No Location Given
Uploaded: 7/19/2013
No Location Given
Uploaded: 7/18/2012
No Location Given
Map of the trail located off Stafford Road next to the flint furnace. The dotted line represents the northern, multi-use portion, while a solid line shows the more primitive, southern section.
Uploaded: 7/18/2012
No Location Given
Another historical site, Stafford Flint Furnace, is located just off Stafford Road, adjacent to the southern end of the more developed section of the trail, which runs north to a parking lot next to Conowingo Dam.
Uploaded: 7/18/2012
No Location Given
Railroad trestle converted to trail bridge spanning Deer Creek.
Uploaded: 7/18/2012
No Location Given
Giant millstone off Lapidum Road near the trail's southern terminus. Taken on a summer day, June 2012.
Uploaded: 7/18/2012
No Location Given
The massive waterwheel at the Rock Run Grist Mill makes hiking the entire trail worthwhile.
Uploaded: 7/18/2012
No Location Given
The trail's true southern terminus is a dead end immediately south of the Rock Run Grist Mill. Future plans call for an extension to Havre De Grace.
Uploaded: 7/18/2012
No Location Given
The parking lot for the Rock Run Grist Mill doubles as a trailhead for the southern section of the Lower Susquehanna Heritage Greenway Trail. Notice how Lapidum Road passes directly under the head race to the old mill. Taken June 2012.
Uploaded: 7/18/2012
No Location Given
Old house (the mill worker's home?) visible just upstream from the Rock Run Grist Mill.
Uploaded: 7/18/2012
No Location Given
View of the river from the overlook near Rock Run Grist Mill. Taken on a hot summer day, June 2012.
Uploaded: 7/18/2012
No Location Given
Another rail bridge converted for trail use near Rock Run Grist Mill.
Uploaded: 7/18/2012
No Location Given
Lush forests dominate the landscape on most of the trail. Some of the trees in this picture were damaged during floods caused by Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee in September 2011. Photo taken in June 2012.
Uploaded: 7/18/2012
No Location Given
Despite its more primitive nature, several bridges on the southern section of the trail have been refurbished for use, anticipating the eventual upgrade of the entire trail to multiuse status.
Uploaded: 7/18/2012
No Location Given
Sign warning trail users of the sudden rises in water level on the river that occur when gates at the Conowingo Dam are opened.
Uploaded: 7/18/2012
No Location Given
The less-developed, southern section of the trail, approaching the Rock Run Grist Mill. The original rails are still visible on both sides of the path.
Uploaded: 7/18/2012
No Location Given
Both sections of the trail offer gorgeous views of the Susquehanna River. Taken June 2012.
Uploaded: 7/18/2012
No Location Given
Uploaded: 7/18/2012
No Location Given
Uploaded: 7/18/2012
No Location Given
Uploaded: 4/9/2009
No Location Given
Uploaded: 4/9/2009
No Location Given
Uploaded: 4/9/2009
No Location Given
Uploaded: 4/9/2009
No Location Given
Uploaded: 4/9/2009
No Location Given

Explore by City

Explore by City

Explore by Activity

Explore by Activity

Log in to your account to:

  • View trail paths on the map
  • Save trails to your account
  • Add trails, edit descriptions
  • Share photos
  • Add reviews
OR

Register for free!

Join TrailLink (a non-profit) to view more than 30,000 miles of trail maps and more!
OR