Yellow Breeches Creek
The world-renowned limestone stream, Yellow Breeches Creek, originates on South Mountain, in Michaux State Forest, Cumberland Valley, near Walnut Bottom. From there, the Yellow Breeches meanders through Cumberland Valley’s farmland, forested areas and suburbs, and joins the Susquehanna River near New Cumberland. The main stem of the Yellow Breeches is some 49-miles long & 60-feet wide at its middle stretch. The most popular catch and release section is a mile long and runs through Allenberry in Boiling Springs. Designated as a "Pennsylvania Scenic River", Yellow Breeches never has a shortage of trout (mix of stocked and wild trout).