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OHIO RIVER BASIN
1 -- Middle Allegheny River Water Trail  
Water trail is recommended by the American Canoe Association85 miles — Kinzua Dam to Emlenton

bulletTrail guidebulletTrail map
bulletThe Middle Allegheny River Water Trail's Great Fishing
Trail Sponsors
U.S. Forest Service - Allegheny National Forest
Oil Heritage Region
Related
bulletAlong the Middle Allegheny Water Trail
bulletYouTube Video - Emlenton to Parker - Kayaking the Allegheny
 
2 -- Three Rivers Water Trail  
Allegheny River (12 miles) — Oakmont to Mouth (Ohio River Confluence)
Monongahela River (16 miles) — Youghiogheny River Confluence to Mouth (Ohio River Confluence)
Ohio River (12 miles) — Confluence with Allegheny/Monongahela Rivers to Sewickley

bulletTrail map & guide

Trail Sponsor
Friends of the Riverfront
3 -- Youghiogheny River Water Trail  
Northern Section (46 miles) — Connesville to McKeesport
bulletTrail guidebulletTrail map
Southern Section (30 miles) — Confluence to South Connellsville
bulletTrail guidebulletTrail map
Trail Sponsor
Mountain Watershed Association
4 -- Upper Monongahela Water Trail  
68 miles — Fairmont, West Virginia to Maxwell Lock & Dam
Trail maps
bulletNorthern section
bulletSouthern section
Trail guide
bulletSites & servicesbulletPt. 1bulletPt. 2bulletPt. 3bulletPt. 4
Trail Sponsors
Morgantown Area Chamber of Commerce Vision 2020
Monongahela River Recreation & Commerce Committee
5 -- Clarion River Water Trail  
Upper Section (39 miles) — Headwaters to Irwin Run
bulletTrail map & guide
Middle Section
(56 miles) — Irwin Run to Mill Creek
bulletTrail map & guide
Lower Section (37 miles) — Mill Creek to Mouth (no guide for the Lower Clarion because there is very limited public access to this part of the river)

Trail Sponsors
Clarion River Municipal Partnership
PA DCNR
USDA Forest Service - Allegheny National Forest

6 -- Kiski-Conemaugh River Water Trail  
50 miles — Johnstown to Freeport
bulletTrail guide (Main Line Canal Greenway)
Trail Sponsors
Pennsylvania Environmental Council
Allegheny Ridge Corporation/Main Line Canal Greenway
21 -- Conewango Creek Water Trail  
14.7 miles — State Line to Mouth
bulletTrail guidebulletTrail map
Trail Sponsor
Conewango Creek Watershed Association
22 -- French Creek Water Trail
(GIS trail map information currently under development. Please reference the provided pdf files for detailed map information.)
78 miles - Union City Dam to the confluence with the Allegheny River in Franklin
Upper Section
bulletMap & Guide
Lower Section
bulletMap & Guide
Trail Sponsor
French Creek Watershed Conservacy
23 -- Upper Shenango River Water Trail
(GIS trail map information currently under development. Please reference the provided pdf for detailed map information.)
23 miles - Pymatuning State Park Launch to Big Bend
bulletMap & Guide
Trail Sponsor
Shenango River Watchers
24 -- Ohio River Water Trail
(GIS trail map information currently under development. Please reference the provided pdf files for detailed map information.)
Map & Guide
bulletSide 1
bulletSide 2
Trail Sponsor
Ohio River Trail Council
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SUSQUEHANNA RIVER BASIN
7 -- West Branch Susquehanna River Water Trail  
Water trail is recommended by the American Canoe Association240 miles — Cherry Tree to Sunbury
Trail Sponsor
Pennsylvania Lumber Heritage Region
  Related non-profit sites
Susquehanna River Birding and Wildlife Trail
8 -- Middle Susquehanna River Water Trail  
Water trail is recommended by the American Canoe Association51 miles — Sunbury to Harrisburg

bulletTrail guidebulletTrail map (Halifax to Harrisburg only)
Detail of: Section 1 -- Section 2 -- Section 3
Trail Sponsor
Susquehanna River Trail Association
  Related non-profit sites
Canoe Club of Greater Harrisburg
Susquehanna River Birding and Wildlife Trail
9 -- Lower Susquehanna River Trail  
Water trail is recommended by the American Canoe Association53 miles — Harrisburg to Mason-Dixon Line Trail Sponsor
Susquehanna Gateway Heritage Area
  Related non-profit sites
Susquehanna River Birding and Wildlife Trail
10 -- Raystown Branch Juniata River Water Trail  
60 miles — Bedford to Saxton
bulletTrail guide
Trail Sponsor
Southern Alleghenies Conservancy
11 -- Conodoguinet Creek Water Trail  
Water trail is recommended by the American Canoe Association40 miles — North Middleton Township to Mouth (confluence with Susquehanna River)
bulletTrail guide
Trail Sponsor
Cumberland County Planning Commission - water trails page
bulletTrail guide
12 -- Swatara Creek Water Trail  
60 miles — Pine Grove to Middletown
bulletTrail guidebulletTrail map
bulletThe Swatara Creek Water Trail -- PA Angler & Boater magazine article
Trail Sponsor
Swatara Creek Watershed Association
13 -- Conestoga River Water Trail  
60 miles — Caernarbon Township (Bortz's Swamp or Penngall Field)
to Mouth (confluence with Susquehanna River)
Information Source
Lancaster County Parks & Recreation
14 -- North Branch Susquehanna River Water Trail  
Water trail is recommended by the American Canoe AssociationNew York line to Sunbury

bulletSection 1 – Sayre to Laceyville
bulletSection 2 – Laceyville to Harding
bulletSection 3 – Harding to Berwick
bulletSection 4 – Berwick to Sunbury
Trail Sponsors
Pennsylvania Environmental Council
Endless Mountains Heritage Region
18 -- Pine Creek  
54 miles — Ansonia to Torbert Canoe Access
bulletTrail guide/map
 
19 -- Juniata River Water Trail  
126 miles — Canoe Creek State Park to Mouth
bulletUpper trail guide
bulletLower trail guide
Trail Sponsor
Allegheny Ridge Corporation
  Related
bulletLittle Juniata River Float
20 -- Yellow Breeches Creek Water Trail  
Three sections for a total of approximately 13 miles
1st trip begins at South Middleton Township Park
3rd trip ends at New Cumberland Borough Park
Trail Sponsor
Cumberland County Planning Commission - water trails page
bulletTrail guide/map
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DELAWARE RIVER BASIN
15 -- Lehigh River Water Trail
75 miles — Entire river from Francis Walter Dam to mouth
bulletNorthern trail guide
bulletSouthern trail guide
Trail Sponsor
Wildlands Conservancy
16 -- Schuylkill River Water Trail
Water trail is recommended by the American Canoe Association147 miles — Length of the entire river to the confluence
with the Delaware River in Philadelphia
bulletUpper trail guide
bulletLower trail guide
Trail Sponsor
Schuylkill River Greenways Association
17 -- Delaware River Water Trail
250 miles — Hancock, NY to Trenton, NJ Trail Sponsor
Delaware River Greenway Partnership
  Related
bulletDelaware River Water Trail
17a -- Tidal Delaware Water Trail
56 miles — Trenton/Morrisville to Marcus Hook
bulletSection 1 – Trenton to Philadelphia
bulletSection 2 – Philadelphia
bulletSection 3 – Philadelphia to Marcus Hook
Trail Sponsor
Pennsylvania Environmental Council
bulletTidal Delaware Water Trail
bulletTidal Delaware Water Trail map
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