Frankstown Branch of the Juniata River

Mt. Etna, Pennsylvania

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The Frankstown Branch is classified as a river, but in reality its small enough that it feels more like a middling-size stream. That may be the reason it gets overlooked a bit by paddlers in this region. But dont miss it. This very pretty water offers some nice scenery and interesting local history.

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"The Frankstown Branch is classified as a river, but in reality its small enough that it feels more like a middling-size stream. That may be the reason it gets overlooked a bit by paddlers in this region. But dont miss it. This very pretty water offers some nice scenery and interesting local history."

Activity Type: Fishing, Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Mt. Etna
Distance: 11.9
Access: Easy
Duration: 4 to 5 hours
Class: Class I
Season & Limits: Canoeable March to late May and again in November and December and after a heavy rain
Local Maps: USGS Spruce Creek, Williamsburg, and Frankstown; river trail map available from the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (Use the Juniata River Water TrailUpper Section map.)

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Jun 2018