Susquehanna State Park Loop Professional Review and Guide
"This is a park where history, heritage, solitude, and scenery collide. Tour the historic structures along the Susquehanna River before heading into a forest of mature trees, open meadows, and past old ruins while hardly having to share the trail.
Just north of Havre de Grace on the lower Susquehanna River is Susquehanna State Park, heaven for active outdoorsy folks. It comes complete with history, wildlife, water views, picnic spots, a campground, a museum, and believe it or not . . . solitude! Most of the cars you see parked in the lots and up and down Stafford Road are boaters and fishermen. The park has more than 15.0 miles of marked trails ranging in level of difficulty, and the scenery is off the charts, so it’s surprising that these trails aren’t overpopulated."