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Chemung Basin River Trail - The Chemung River, a major tributary of the Susquehanna River, and its three tributaries (the Tioga, Canisteo and Conhocton Rivers) run through the scenic woodland and hills of the southern tier of New York and the northern tier of Pennsylvania. The Chemung Basin River Trail traverses about 80 mil....(more)
Birding and Wildlife Viewing Fishing Canoeing / Kayaking

Choptank & Tuckahoe Rivers Water Trail - The Choptank River is the longest of the rivers on the Chesapeake Bay's Eastern Shore. Paddling or boating along the Choptank and its primary tributary, the Tuckahoe River, is a wonderful way to explore this classic Chesapeake landscape where steamboats, sail craft, and dugout canoes once plied....(more)
Birding and Wildlife Viewing Boat Access Camping Fishing Canoeing / Kayaking

Eastern Branch Elizabeth River Trail - The Eastern Branch of the Elizabeth River flows from Virginia Beach through Norfolk before joining the main river and the Chesapeake Bay. This historic area combines natural wetlands and naval shipyards. The scenic Eastern Branch provides a glimpse of the environment as Captain John Smith would have....(more)
Birding and Wildlife Viewing Canoeing / Kayaking

James River Water Trail - Lower - The James River is the southernmost major tributary of the Chesapeake Bay, offering a wide range of recreational experiences. Flowing from the west, the James passes through Richmond and joins the Bay near Norfolk, not far from the Atlantic Ocean. With abundant natural fisheries and "breadbasket" ma....(more)
Bay Art & Decoy Carving Fishing Tours / Walking Tours Swimming Canoeing / Kayaking

Juniata River Water Trail - The beautiful Juniata River flows through central Pennsylvania to where it joins the Susquehanna (a Chesapeake Bay tributary) above Harrisburg. Following the river through its picturesque valley, one can explore the rich cultural and natural heritage of the region. Opportunities abound for seasonal ....(more)
Boat Access Fishing Canoeing / Kayaking


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