Conewago Creek

Conewago Creek is a 23.0-mile-long tributary of the Susquehanna River. The source of the creek is in Lebanon County in West Cornwall Township near Mount Gretna Heights. It then flows through the borough of Mount Gretna and into South Londonderry Township.

Canoeing and kayaking on Conewago Creek are possible when the water is high enough (in spring and after hard rain), with 11.6 miles of Class 1 to 3 whitewater located upstream of the mouth.

Fishing

Type of fish: Stocked trout

Body of water: Stream

What Locals Love

“The Conewago Creek is one of the most beautiful creeks I have come across in the area. There are plenty of areas in which it is deep enough to swim, but shallow enough to safely wade as well. There are great areas for fishing, as well as relaxing on the bank, or sitting in the slow moving water as well. It’s a wonderful day trip for those who enjoy a little piece and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of crowded Gettysburg and surrounding towns.” – Raelynn (Google Reviews)

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Conewago Creek

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