Pennsylvania April 01, 2016
There’s Something Incredible About These 17 Rivers In Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania is full of incredible natural beauty, and the majestic rivers that flow through the state are truly extraordinary. From forest creeks to rushing rivers, Pennsylvania has countless beautiful rivers winding through the landscape. Check out these magical photos of 17 of Pennsylvania’s amazing rivers, creeks, and tributaries.
17. West Branch Ketchum Run
Small cascading waterfalls dot this lovely river in Loyalsock State Forest.
16. Hokendauqua Creek
This enchanting tributary of the Lehigh River flows through Northampton county.
15. Slateford Creek
Slateford Creek, cascading through the lush forests of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area.
14. Jeans Run
Jeans Run is carved through the forests of Broad Mountain. This amazing photo shows the water moving ethereally between the rocks.
13. Big Bushkill Creek
The beautiful Snow Hill Falls along Big Bushkill River.
12. Youghiogheny River
This stunning river is carved dramatically into the Pennsylvania landscape.
11. McElhattan Creek
This picturesque creek is a tributary of the West Branch Susquehanna River.
10. Pine Creek
Here's a photo of the gorgeous Pine Creek, an 87-mile a tributary of the Susquehanna River.
9. Monongahela River
This stunning bend in the Monongahela River is located near California, PA.
8. Lehigh River
Here's a photo of the West Fork of the amazing Lehigh River.
7. Little Bushkill Creek
This serene tributary flows through the forests of Northampton County.
6. Allegheny River
Allegheny River, as seen from the overlook by Harrison Hills Park.
5. Clarion River
The Clarion River is a beautiful tributary of the Allegheny River.
4. Loyalsock Creek
The lovely Loyalsock Creek weaves through Sullivan and Lycoming counties. Here's a view of the river at World's End State Park.
3. Fall Creek
Here is one of the many majestic waterfalls tumbling through moss covered rocks on Fall Creek.
2. Delaware River
The beautiful Delaware, reflecting the blue sky above.
1. Susquehanna River
A beautiful view of the West Branch of the Susquehanna River in the Bucktail State Park Natural Area.
What’s your favorite river in Pennsylvania?