The Conodoguinet Creek is approximately 90 miles long and weaves through agricultural lands, villages and small towns.
You can enjoy a leisurely float, fishing, bird watching and even turtle hunting (view our turtle hunting video) on this Class 1 stream. Click here to see suggestions for water recreation and float trips along the Conodoguinet.
Use of the creek is limited to daylight hours and access along all points is free. You will need to provide your own kayaks, canoes, or tubes. Access points along the Creek may occasionally be closed. Click here to get the latest updates.
Please note: the place mark in the map is at the confluence of the Conodoguinet Creek and the Susquehanna River.