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Home > Visit a Gateway > Chemung Basin River Trail
Chemung Basin River Trail - Steuben & Chemung Counties, New York
Chemung Basin River Trail
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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 miles of this beautiful Chemung Valley .A series of fourteen public launch sites provide easy access to the rivers. On-line maps, launch site information and scheduled events will help you plan your trip. Paddle part of the same route that early 19th century settlers used for transporting goods down stream all the way to Havre de Grace, Maryland!

Please note that boating, canoeing, kayaking and other activities on rivers can be dangerous. Be sure to read the on-line safety recommendations and check the on-line water gauge levels.

Hours: Launch sites are open all day, spring through fall.
Fees: There are no fees for launch site use.
For more information about Chemung Basin River Trail call (607) 962-5092 or visit the following website: http://www.chemungrivertrail.com.

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