The Susquehanna Valley of Pennsylvania lies in the south-central portion of the state and includes
one of the most urban state capitals in the country, Harrisburg. Additionally, the Susquehanna Valley is home to a few pockets of Amish and Mennonite culture. The area is rich in revolutionary and industrial heritage and traces its roots as far back as the mid-1600s. The Susquehanna River is believed to be one of the oldest systems in the world and is the largest non-navigable river in the United States .
* [[Altoona (Pennsylvania)]]
* [[Danville (Pennsylvania)]]
* [[Hershey (Pennsylvania)|Hershey]]
* [[Hanover (Pennsylvania)|Hanover]]
* [[Lewisburg (Pennsylvania)|Lewisburg]]-[[Selinsgrove]]
* [[Shamokin Dam]]
* [[Spring Grove (Pennsylvania)|Spring Grove]]
* [[York (Pennsylvania)|York]]
While much of the area is made up of farmland, sizable towns and small to midsized cities line the shores on each side of the Susquehanna. Most notably, Harrisburg, the capital of the state, sits in the southern half of the valley. Williamsport, home of the Little League World Series, sits in the northern half of the region. Almost exactly in between the two lies Sunbury-Lewisburg-Selinsgrove, a largely exurban and rural triad of towns all located on the shores of the Susquehanna. This area is known for it's outstanding collegiate academics and sports as well as the Amish landscape and products produced there.