Susquehanna State Park Loop Professional Review and Guide
"An easy ramble through hardwood forest with great rewards: expansive views of the Susquehanna River, old farm ruins, and, if you are lucky, bald eagles. This is a fine hike for young hikers. There is plenty to see without great challenge. Plan to spend some time at the ridge overlook, enjoying the view and giving the eagles a chance to appear.
Special considerations: The blazes in the park tend to be confusing. Old red blazes, no longer functional, still mark trees. The blue route seems to appear and disappear because blue is used both for a park trail and for the Mason-Dixon Trail, a long-distance trail that passes through the park. Follow the directions provided here closely. The trail passes adjacent hunting lands. Check with the park office for details when hiking during hunting season. The hike described here starts at the historic area, but you can start at the picnic area just as easily."