Indian Steps Nature Preserve

About This Preserve
  • 32 Acres
  • Region: Susquehanna Riverlands
  • Coordinates: 39.87029, -76.38267

Ecology and Management

Indian Steps is managed for its habitat being of highest and best use.

Steep forested slopes serving as riparian buffer for the Susquehanna River from hilltop agricultural production. Cabins along Indian Steps Road are private property.

Watershed

Indian Steps overlooks the Susquehanna River.

Hunting Information

No Hunting.

Acquisition History

This preserve was acquired as part of a nationally recognized landscape protection project known as the PPL Project. Funds for that Project were provided by the PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, The Conservation Fund, Lancaster County, York County, PPL, Talen Energy, and Brookfield Renewable. The tracts that form the Indian Steps Nature Preserve were donated by Talen Energy.

Amenities

None.

Prevent Tick Borne Illness!

  • Wear repellent
  • Check for ticks after your visit
  • Shower soon after being outdoors
  • Call your doctor if you get a fever or rash

For more information visit cdc.gov/lyme

Emergency Information

In case of emergency, call 911

Nearest Hospital – 21.4 miles away
UPMC Pinnacle Memorial

325 S. Belmont Street, York, PA 17403

Additional Resources

Airville Volunteer Fire Company
717-862-3806

PA State Police
717-428-1011

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