The house at Wildcat Bluff was previously used as an AirBnB, but is currently being rented. There are no trails or public access from this property.
Ecology and Management
Wildcat Bluff is managed for its passive recreation being of highest and best use. A variety of native wildflowers and shrubs planted around this special preserve provides for an abundance of wildlife. Invasive kudzu and stands of tree of heaven, host tree of the invasive spotted lanternfly, are under management. Bald eagles, osprey, and other migratory birds can be observed overlooking the Susquehanna River as frequent visitors in York County.
Wildcat Run is a direct tributary to the Susquehanna River.
Report Hunting Violations: PA Game Commission at 1-888-742-8001 or 610-926-3136
This land was acquired in 2016 with a donation from Anne Schwartz Hoehn.