Susquehannock State Park is located along the East side of the Susquehanna River in southern Lancaster County, PA. The park features a large ball field, a playground, hiking trails, and several scenic overlooks. The campground has four primitive sites that may be reserved by groups. There is no fee to access the park for day use.
Parking: The campsite is accessible for loading/unloading but all vehicles must park in the lot above the field.
Facilities: A bath house with running water is located approximately 100m from the camping area. Potable water spigot is available between site B and A2. Alternative water spigot is near site A1.
Sites: Sites A-1 and A-2 are limited to 20 campers per site and have many trees throughout. Site B is located on the East (right side) of the access road coming from the parking lot and is limited to 40 campers. Site D is located on the West (left side) of the access road and is limited to 100 campers. Side D is also the closest to the ball field and has the largest area of flat ground available for tent camping. See photos below for all sites.