Snitz Creek

Lebanon, PA - Snitz Creek, a tributary of Quittapahilla Creek in Lebanon County, is stocked with trout three times annually and protected for Trout Stocking and Migratory Fishes by the Pennsylvania DEP.… see below

Snitz Creek is a tributary to Quittapahilla Creek in Lebanon County. The headwaters of Snitz Creek arise in southern Lebanon County near the Borough of Cornwall and the stream flows north to join the Quittapahilla Creek just west of the City of Lebanon.


Snitz Creek is protected for the uses TSF (Trout Stocking) and MF (Migratory Fishes) by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). Normally, the stream is stocked with trout three times a year.

Type of fish: stocked trout, the Snitz, which runs into the Quittie, has a nice Wild Trout section that anglers may enjoy. The Wild Trout section begins at the headwaters and goes down to the Rocherty Road Bridge.

Body of water: Stream

Boat access: None

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Snitz Creek Park

Oak St
Lebanon, PA 17042 

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