Susquehanna National Heritage Area offers a variety of guides, books, and prints relating to the Susquehanna River and the surrounding region. You can shop for these items on-line or stop in to visit us at the Zimmerman Center for Heritage or Columbia Crossing River Trails Center.

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Riverfest T-Shirt

High-quality  Bella+Canvas T-Shirt with a full-color RIVERFEST logo on the front.



NW River Trail T-Shirt

Pick this FoxDuck designed and printed t-shirt for yourself or give as a gift.



SNHA T-Shirt

This 100% cotton tee in the color Heathered Grey is great for summer. Three color bridge image is on the back of the shirt. Front has a small SNHA logo on left chest.




High-quality stickers perfect for your water bottle, car, boat, or bike helmet.

$3.00 each



High-quality magnets, the perfect souvenir to commemorate your visit to Susquehanna NHA!

$3.00 each


National Park Pins

National Park Pins available for Susquehanna NHA! National Park Pins are a great addition to hats, jackets, vests, and much more. Commemorate your trip to Susquehanna NHA with collectible pins, featuring our National Heritage Area and our place in the National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom. They are a great way to remember your trip, or to build a collection as you travel!



Reusable Susquehanna NHA Water Bottle

Susquehanna NHA and partner, Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority (LCSWMA), collaborated to design these 20 oz. water bottles with a river heritage and stewardship word art theme. The bottle has a pour-through lid and are 100% post-consumer recycled rPET, BPA-free, and made in the USA.  For every bottle sold, one bottle is donated to Columbia Borough public school student.


Susquehanna River Water Trail Map

The Lower Section of Pennsylvania’s Susquehanna River Water Trail is shown on a series of three maps that guide paddlers down the Susquehanna River. These water resistant folding maps come in a protective vinyl sleeve and are full of information about the sights along the river corridor. The maps start just south of Harrisburg and show points to the Mason-Dixon line.


Mason-Dixon Trail Maps

2020 Edition. Set of 10 maps printed on water-proof paper, enclosed in a re-sealable plastic bag.  Contains GPS data.  Each color map is 20” by 8.5” and folds to 4” by 8.5” format and contains a detailed trail description, and GPS date.  Trail extends from Whisky Springs (on the Appalachian Trail) to Chadds Ford for a total of 193 miles.


Passport To Your National Parks

This handy travelogue is highly functional, offering color-coded regional maps, need-to-know information about parks, an official NPS interpretive map, and plenty of space for cancellations and commemorative stamps from the annual series. The Passport Classic Edition is an ideal, economical, and portable way to preserve your fondest memories of America’s national parks. 6” x 4”; Softcover, spiral-bound, 112 pages.


Passport To Your National Parks Junior Ranger Edition - Out of Stock

Developed in collaboration with the National Park Service, the Junior Ranger Passport is full of vibrant illustrations by renowned artist Dave Klüg, includes a free set of colorful park-themed stickers, and is full of interactive educational content. You can also collect the annual regional sticker sets that feature new parks every year. The Junior Ranger Passport is the perfect introduction to the national park life for kids of all ages! 9’’ x 7’’; Soft cover, spiral-bound, 100 pages


Down the Susquehanna to the Chesapeake

By Jack Brubaker

Down the Susquehanna to the Chesapeake traces the course of the Susquehanna River through New York, Pennsylvania, and Maryland to the bay. Fifty-six short chapters discuss key locations along the route and how the river changes from sources to sea. With the aid of more than 70 maps and illustrations, Down the Susquehanna to the Chesapeake provides a bold new look at a dynamic old river. This powerful journey brings alive the Susquehanna, its history, and the colorful personalities who live along its banks.


Susquehanna River of Dreams

By Susan Q. Stranahan

Published by Johns Hopkins University Press: In Susquehanna, River of Dreams award-winning journalist Susan Q. Stranahan tells the sweeping story of one of America’s great rivers – ranging in time from the Susquehanna’s geologic origins to the modern threats to its eco-system, describing human settlements, industry and pollution, and recent efforts to save the river and its “drowned estuary,” the Chesapeake Bay. The result is a unique natural history of the vast Susquehanna watershed and a compelling look at environmental issues of national importance.


Geologic Guide of NW River Trail

By Jeri Jones

This 52-page softcover guide has ample photos and geology maps. Walking the Northwest Lancaster County River Trail from south to north, you’ll make 26 stops, taking in nine types of rocks and formations from 540 million years old to “only” 160 million years old.


Susquehanna's Indians

By Barry C. Kent

Susquehanna’s Indians is an exhaustive historical and archaeological study of the Susquehannock and other Indians of the Susquehanna Valley from 1450 to 1750 C.E. Barry Kent combines the historical and archaeological records to interpret the culture of the peoples who formerly occupied the Susquehanna Valley of central and eastern Pennsylvania until their sudden disappearance in the mid-eighteenth century.


John Smith in the Chesapeake

By Edward Wright Haile

91-page spiral bound account of John Smith’s travels in the Chesapeake region.


Massacre of the Conestogas

By Jack Brubaker

On two chilly December days in 1763, bands of armed men raged through camps of peaceful Conestoga Indians. They killed twenty women, children and men, effectively wiping out the tribe. These murderous rampages by Lancaster County’s Paxton Boys were the culminating tragedies in a series of traded atrocities between European settlers and native tribes. Lancaster journalist Jack Brubaker gives a blow-by-blow account of the massacres, examines their aftermath and investigates how the Paxton Boys got away with murder. Join Brubaker as he follows the bloody trail left by the killers through the Pennsylvania countryside.