Conewago Creek

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....
Lakeside Park

Lakeside Park

This family-friendly park is 28 acres and features an 8-acre lake. This park also includes a street hockey rink, a picnic pavilion and a youth baseball field. Fishing Type of fish: Stocked trout year-round Body of water: Lake Boat access: Boat ramp available —...
Lion’s Lake Park / Ebenezer Lake

Lion’s Lake Park / Ebenezer Lake

Just off of Rt. 72 North, is Lion’s Lake Park and Recreation Area. This beautiful park sits along Jay Street in North Lebanon Township and is open from dawn to dusk throughout the year. Seasons can be noticed, not as Fall – Winter – Spring – Summer,...
Marquette Lake

Marquette Lake

Marquette Lake is a body of water that is maintained by Fort Indiantown Gap.  This lake is a triangular-shaped body of water and is about 360 yards wide across the dam breast and 350 yards from the dam breast to Indiantown Run stream entrance. Fishing Type of fish:...
Memorial Lake State Park

Memorial Lake State Park

Established on 230 acres in 1931 to honor Pennsylvania National Guard soldiers who served and died in World War I and II, it is surrounded by Fort Indiantown Gap. Memorial Lake offers outdoor recreation year-round, including a chance to observe more than 100 different...
Quittapahilla Creek & Nature Park

Quittapahilla Creek & Nature Park

Nicknamed the “Quittie,” this 16.8-mile-long waterway rises east of Lebanon City and flows westward through Lebanon and Annville until joining the Swatara Creek northeast of Palmyra. Its central walking path meanders beside the spring-fed Quittapahilla...
Snitz Creek

Snitz Creek

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. Fishing Snitz...
Stoevers Dam Park

Stoevers Dam Park

Located just outside of Lebanon City, this city-owned, 153-acre park offers camping, picnicking, hiking, and a 23.5-acre lake for canoeing and fishing. Known locally as a prime destination in early spring for the opening day of Trout Season, you can visit year-round...
Swatara Creek Water Trail

Swatara Creek Water Trail

The “Swattie” as it’s known by locals, is a tributary of the Susquehanna River that rises in Schuylkill County and passes through the Swatara State Park in the Lebanon Valley. During the colonial period, it was a significant transportation route and...
Tulpehocken Creek

Tulpehocken Creek

The Tulpehocken Creek flows through the town of Myerstown, including the Myerstown Park, which is popular with children. Anglers can walk to this stream from anywhere in the town. Visitors to the town can park their vehicles at the Myerstown Park to enjoy their...
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