While the Susquehanna River and the Chesapeake Bay do not share a name, they share an ancient past. The Bay is actually an extension of the lower Susquehanna; a valley that has been gradually flooded by the Atlantic Ocean over the last 15,000 years. The Susquehanna remains the lifeblood of the Chesapeake, pouring about 20 billion gallons of freshwater into the Bay each day. That means that in order to help the Bay and increase access to it, one cannot forget the Susquehanna.
360° of beauty on Otsego Lake