Road Trip Planning

Create a Pennsylvania United States #11 PDF

Kms Miles
Reverse Guide Direction

Pennsylvania United States #11 Highway Guide

Miles Kms Item Summary
0.0
0.0
Pa. Rte. 54 - east & west - Danville, Pennsylvania
We have just reached Rte. 1 in Danville, Pennsylvania - having taken the Rt. 54 Exit off Interstate I-80. Danville is a beautiful, old town, with a lot of beautiful architecture and Pa. stone houses. Home of Geisinger Medical Center. The Red Barn - fine restaurant and lodging convenient to Geisinger Med Center We also recommend Bj's Steak & Rib House
1.1
1.8
Danville, Pennsylvania Town Line
This is the East Branch of the mighty Susquehanna river, Pennsylvania.
1.8
2.9
Northumberland/Montour County line
You are now entering Northumberland County If you look across the river you will see the town of Riverside - home of Merck Pharmaceutical Company At night time it is quite impressive
3.6
5.8
Point Drive- In theater
Still in operationafter many decades! Good value to see new releases (according to one of our milebymile visitors)
5.2
8.4
Ric-Mar Restaurant
They've been here for decades - so they must be doing something RIGHT!
11.1
17.9
Joseph Priestley House Museum
You are in city of Northumberland, Pennsylvania home of the Joseph Priestly House Museum - and the Priestly Unitarian Church Chaple Joseph Priestly discovered Carbon Monoxide Gas - and was also one of the founders of the Unitarian Church. He was also the first minister of the Unitarian Church in America
11.2
18.0
Shikellamy State Park Marina
Located at the confluence of the east and west branches of the Susquehanna River! The park offers picnic tables, picnic pavilions, drinking water and restrooms.
11.4
18.3
Northumberland/Snyder, Pennsylvania County Line

11.7
18.8
Snyder-Northumberland County Bridge
Crossing the 2 branches of the mighty Pennsylvania Susquehanna River.
12.0
19.3
Shikellamy State Park exit
Careful - it is a very sharp right with not much warning. Take the exit to the top to the Overlook - where you'll see the confluence of the 2 branches of the Susquehanna River - and the rail yards of Northumberland (locally called Norry)
13.6
21.9
Junction of Rts. 11 & 15 going South
Traffic becomes extremely heavy on what now becomes a 4 lane - highly commercial highway , with a center lane for left & right turns. Shopping Malls - stores - gas stations - motels - you name it - it is all here on'The Strip' Eat at Tedd's Landing - right here - highly recommended
13.9
22.4
Rt. 61
Rt. 61 takes you on the bridge crossing the Susquehanna River to Sunbury, Pennsylvania Northumberland County and Lake Augusta, Pennsylvania, part of the Shikellamy State Park is created here with the inflation of the fabri-dam- . Fishing and boating are great (bass & walleye) East access also to cities of Shamokin, Sunbury - Mount Carmel, Sunbury - Shenandoah, Sunbury.
14.9
24.0
PPL Anthracite Power Plant turnoff
In the mid 1900's - this was the world's largest anthracite power plant - and quite a tourist attraction
16.8
27.0
Rts. 11 - 15 Bypass
If you are going to bypass Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania business section - you will take this By-pass -. We on the other hand continue on what is now none as Old 11-15 or business 11-15
17.2
27.7
Airport Road
.All turns to be made from this exit. Go to the right for the Penn Valley airport - go to the left to cross the highway to get to Ulrich's Seafood Restaurant - and to the Historic Sites of the Penn's Creek Massacre and the Albany Purchase Penn Valley airport modify 19.0 30.6 Penn's Creek Bridge
17.3
27.8
Penn's Creek Bridge
Crossing Penn's Creek - the site of the first Indian Massacre in Pa. - October 16, 1755
17.4
28.0
Rte. 522 junction
Don't get confused - Rt. 522 takes you to Kreamer, home of Wood-Mode Kitchens, Middleburg, Pennsylvania (county seat) and on to Lewistown, Pennsylvania The sign says 'Selinsgrove Center' - which is NOT the center of the town - but is a huge State owned health care facility. Middleburg is the Snyder county seat and the location of the Snyder County Historic Society.
17.5
28.2
Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania town line
Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania is a beautiful small town - home of Susquehanna University. Unique shopping where friendly service prevails. If they don't have it - they'll refer you to someone that does.. Tree lined streets, neat and pretty homes - the Isle of Que a section of the town is on the Susquehanna River and hosts an Old Timer's Day art and antique sale in the summer. Selinsgrove is also known for its 'White Christmas' & Market Street Festival Stop at the Basket Gourmet - the Country Squire and Bearly Country Designs. J. Kleinbauer for fine clothes; and the Governor Snyder Mansion for beautiful gifts of all kinds- and a myriad of other unique shops and restaurants.
18.3
29.4
Pine & Market Street intersectioin
Take a left to go to the Isle of Que crossing over Penn's Creek. Go right and you go to Susquehanna University and its beautifully landscaped and very old campus. A good place to take a walk and stretch your legs. Many neat & unique places to eat - include BJ's Steaks & Ribs - but all are good!
19.2
30.9
Exit to Bypass - and to Rt. 35
You can reenter the bypass here - or take Rte. 35 west to Mt. Pleasant Mills, Pennsylvania - Richfield, Pennsylvania & Mifflintown, Pennsylvania. If you go that way - stop at the Bison Farm II -in Richfield - also at the square of 4 churches. This is the exit to the Selinsgrove Speedway. Mt. Pleasant Mills is the home of Irvin Country Tinware.. This IS Amish country - be alert for horse & buggies!
20.3
32.7
Limited Access Rts. 11 & 15
Again we didn't take the bypass but just continued straight thru the blinker light - and on to Rts. 11-15 - it is now a limited access highway
21.4
34.4
First reverse turnaround
IF you missed Selinsgrove, or Mt. Pleasant Mills etc.( because you were on the bypass) and they were your destination - this is the first reverse turn-around on this limited access highway
24.1
38.8
Port Trevorton, Pennsylvania Exit
There is a large indoor auction house and flea market in Port Trevorton, Pennsylvania.
27.0
43.5
Dutch Kitchen Restaurant
It has survived decades - so stop and have a bite!
28.0
45.1
Brubaker's Amish Quilts
The Brubaker's have been here for a long time - and feature gorgeous handmade quilts - along with Seasonal home-grown vegetables and home-baked breads and goodies
28.0
45.1
Weaver's Farm Market
The Weaver sisters have been running this farm stand for decades. What a wonderful - and beautifully arranged Amish farm market - homemade jellies etc. The display of chrysanthemums in the fall is outstandingly beautiful
28.9
46.5
McKee's Half Falls
One of the prettiest rest stops in Pa. - along the Susqhanna River .McKee's Half Falls . So very peaceful and lovely. Highly photographed.
30.0
48.3
Snyder-Juniata , Pennsylvania County Line
The county is named after the Juniata River - which merges with the Susquehanna down the road
31.1
50.0
Perry, Pennsylvania County Line

31.5
50.7
Rt. 104
Rte. 104 to Middleburg, Pa., Middleburg - the County Seat(Snyder County) - a lot of Amish and Old World Mennonite live here - be aware of horse-drawn buggies with a large fluorescent triangle on the back Many modular home and parts manufacturers in Snyder County - which is basically a rich and verdant farming county.. If you conintinue on Rt. 104 it will take you thru Penns Creek to Mifflinburg - home of the buggy museum and the Kriskindle market.
34.7
55.8
Town of Liverpool, Pennsylvania
A historic , very small, town along the Susquehanna River. It was a favorite town of Charles Dickens when he visited the U.S. Antique shops & art galleries - and a terrific campground along the Susquehanna. Take the ferry boat to Millersburg, Pennsylvania (across the river) from the campground. The ferry is the oldest continuously run sternwheel ferry boat in the US and is on the National Historic Register. Its a kick.
35.9
57.8
Exit to Millerstown, Pennsylvania

37.5
60.3
Rt. 34 Exit to Newport , Pa.

37.7
60.7
Hunter Valley Winery & Ferryboat Campsite
Wine tastings at the Hunter Valley Winery. But don't miss the Ferry boat landing at the Ferryboat Campsite. Truly - the door that is pictured is the signal used to call the ferryboat from Millersville to this landing.! 2003 - RiverRambles - sunset cruises on the beautiful Susquehanna river - including wine tastings, harpists, Elvis tribute, pottery demonstrations, brew pub tastings - artists nights etc.- What Fun! 717-692-2442 for more information.
38.5
62.0
Montgomerry Ferry Village
Montgomery Ferry public boat Access
41.8
67.3
Olson Island Access Road

42.9
69.0
Town of New Buffalo, Pennsylvania
A bedroom community to Harrisburg - you will find motels and restaurants here and the beautiful Little Buffalo State Park. Activities; Fishing, boating, picnic areas. No camping is permitted in Little Buffalo State Park.
45.5
73.2
Rt. 322 & 22 Exit
To Amity Hall and State College ,Pa. home of Penn State University, home of the Nittany Lions If you are going to State College - you'll go thru the quaint town of Boalsburg, Pennsylvania - the birthplace of Memorial Day . Make certain you stop to see this beautiful town and check their events - not to be missed! Attractions in Boalsburg, Pennsylvania; Boal Mansion and Columbus Chapel - Boalsburg Heritage Museum - Pennsylvania Military Museum.
45.9
73.9
Crossing the Juniata River, Pennsylvania

48.1
77.4
exit 274 to Duncannon, Pennsylvania
You now start a very congested area - 2 lane narrow road -. Stay alert for pedestrians and animals
50.2
80.8
Village of Cove, Pennsylvania
and the Home of the Farmer Boy Furniture - you really should STOP to see this unique store
51.2
82.4
Susquenita Schools; Carson Long Institute

52.1
83.8
Limited access ends

52.1
83.8
Limited access ends
The limited access of Rts. 11 & 15 now ends - and the congestion starts .
53.1
85.5
Village of Perdix, Pennsylvania

53.4
85.9
Garden Seat Tea Room
We can't find a website or link - but this charming tea room has been here for decades - it is nestled in the woods - and you come upon it abruptly - on your right - going south. We do recommend it.
55.5
89.3
Marysville, Pa.
Home of the Rockville Bridge - the longest stone masonry arch railroad bridge in the world - it was built in 1900-1902 and is 3,830' long - still in use today Marysvile was settled in 1755 Marysville
56.4
90.8
Riverfloat trip

56.8
91.4
Speciaty Bakers
of Lady Fingers - since 1921
57.6
92.7
Cumberland County, Pa.
aka the West Shore
57.7
92.9
Interstate 81 South
Access to Interstate 81 - going South to York, Pa. and Maryland
58.1
93.5
limited Access
Again - a limited Access highway
58.2
93.7
Interstate 81 NorthAccess
This is the access to Interstate 81 - going North to Wilkes-Barre - Scranton and beyond!.
59.1
95.1
Central Penn College access - Summerdale, Pa.
This is Summerdale, Pa. - highly congested - 3 lane highway along the Susquehanna River. Note the freight yards to your left - going south
60.4
97.2
Enola, Pennsylvania Freight Yards
Looking towards the river - you will see the huge complex called the Enola Freight Yards - All types of Railroad equipment and trains are here - loading, unloading - container shipment etc. Something is always moving! Enola Freightyards
62.2
100.1
Wormleysburg, Pennsylvania Town line
This is the end of our odessey. Look to your left across the beautiful Susquehanna River - going South - to see the lovely Harrisburg, Pennsylvania skyline. You may take the M. Harvey Taylor Bridge to cross the Susquehanna and be in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania - a very beautiful city. - with a magnificent Capitol complex- a MUST see Hopefully the next Highway Steward will pick it up here and take you on South. -e