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29 things to do this year in Susquehanna County!

We’ve put together 29 of our favorite things for you to do in Susquehanna County, because if you get an extra day only once every four years, you might as well make the most of it!

  1. Explore the waterfalls and trails at Salt Springs State Park.
  2. Paddle down the North Branch of the Susquehanna River in a kayak.
  3. Enjoy a slice of pie at Bingham’s Restaurant.
  4. Check out local history at the Susquehanna County Historical Society Museum.
  5. Take a bike ride on the D&H Rail Trail.
  6. View the historic railroad viaducts – Starrucca & Martin’s Creek.
  7. Enter a contest at the Harford Fair.
  8. Treat yourself to a cone of soft serve at any of the ice cream stands.
  9. Peruse the used book tents at the Blueberry Festival.
  10. Spend a summer night listening to a new band at Rockin’ by the River.
  11. Gather your fresh produce, milk, cheese and meats from a local farm stand.
  12. Celebrate the USA’s birthday at the Montrose July 4th Patriotic Parade.
  13. Behold the peak of fall foliage during the Artists’ Open House Studio Weekend.
  14. Search for vintage treasures at an antique store.
  15. Revisit the past as it comes to life at Old Mill Village.
  16. Relax with afternoon tea at the Rose Cottage Tea Room.
  17. Tour the reconstructed homes and landscapes of the Priesthood Restoration Site.
  18. Count how many different birds you can identify at the Florence Shelly Preserve.
  19. Try a flight of craft beers at one of the local breweries.
  20. Find out how coal mining shaped the region at the Forest City Area Historical Society.
  21. Settle in for a wine tasting at your favorite winery.
  22. Take a swing at the sport that’s sweeping the nation – Pickleball! Find courts and gear at local parks.
  23. Dress like an elf and join the Jingle Bell Run – part of Christmas in Montrose festivities.
  24. Devour dinner at Red Rock BBQ – named #1 BBQ in PA by PhillyBite magazine.
  25. Cast your line and catch some fish in SusqCo’s stocked trout streams.
  26. Camp – by tent or RV – at a local campground.
  27. Ski or snowboard at Elk Mountain Ski Resort.
  28. Learn about the railroad industry past at the Russell Clapper Model Train display.
  29. Relax and rejuvenate at a Bed & Breakfast, Cabin or Cottage retreat.
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