The Susquehanna River Basin is the second largest river basin east of the Mississippi River. This Watershed starts in the Cooperstown Area of New York State and flows south to Chesapeake Bay. The region in New York State is located to the south of Cooperstown and the south-eastern part of the Fingerlakes.
In New York State, it includes 4,520 square miles of land area, excluding the Chemung River Watershed. With 8,185 miles of freshwater rivers and streams as major tributary watersheds to the 148 miles of the Susquehanna River in New York State.
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|Geocaching in New York State!
Geocaching is a real-world treasure hunt using GPS-enabled devices. At your final destination, you will find a geocache container. The container may have; a log book for you to sign, a camera for you to take a picture of you and your group at the final destination, an item that another player has put in for exchange for a small item you will put it, a coin that you may take to another location and exchange for something waiting for you at that location, or literature or history about your final destination. With geocaching, the possiblities are endless. The treasure at the end of your hunt may be a beautiful waterfall, mountain cliff, or other natural scenic view or overlook that you may have never even knew existed. The treasure could be a souvenir from the particular area you are visiting. The geocaching hunts and their treasures are varied and can be a great way for you and your family to see and do things that you most likely would not have been able to do without the geocaching real-world treasure hunt.
There are many trails in New York State ready for your first geocaching expedition! ...>>