Susquehanna Valley

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For the region in south-central Pennsylvania, see Harrisburg-Carlisle metropolitan statistical area. For other uses, see Susquehanna Valley (disambiguation).
Susquehanna River in Bradford County, Pennsylvania

The Susquehanna Valley is a region of low-lying land that borders the Susquehanna River in the U.S. states of New York, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. The valley consists of areas that lie along the main branch of the river, which flows from Upstate New York through Pennsylvania and Maryland into the Chesapeake Bay, as well as areas that lie along the shorter West Branch in Pennsylvania.

Communities in the valley[edit]

Main Branch[edit]

Cities[edit]

Counties[edit]

Counties constituting the Susquehanna Valley region of Pennsylvania. Counties in red are those through which the Susquehanna River and West Branch physically flow, while dark red counties are part of the watershed.

West Branch[edit]

Cities[edit]

Counties[edit]

Coordinates: 41°58′N 75°45′W / 41.967°N 75.750°W / 41.967; -75.750