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The Yellow Breeches Creek is a world-renowned limestone stream that originates on South Mountain, in Michaux State Forest and runs through Cumberland Valley's farmland, forested areas and suburbs, and joins the Susquehanna River near New Cumberland.

Activities along the Yellow Breeches include boating, birding and fishing. View all the details on things to do along the Yellow Breeches here.

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.

Things to Do
Fishing
  • Catch n' Release:
  • Family Fun Fishing:
  • Fishing:
  • Fly Fishing:
  • Stocked Trout:
  • Wild Trout:
Land Recreation
  • Bird Watching:
  • Hiking Trails:
  • Picnic Area/Pavilions:
  • Any Length Trail:
Water Recreation
  • Boat Launch:
  • Boating:
  • Stream Access: