Susquehanna State Park [MD]
Susquehanna State Park preserves the history of the Susquehanna River area—from the native Susquehannocks and circa 1622 settlement to modern day. Key sights include an operational 1794 grist mill; a portion of the 1836 Susquehanna and Tidewater Canal; two canal locks; a historic toll house; the 1804 Rock Run House; and the Steppingstone Museum. The Rock Run House was built as the home of John Carter, a partner in the operation of the Rock Run Mill; and today it contains period furnishings. The Steppingstone Museum is furnished to circa-1900 rural style, and demonstrates art and craft skills used between 1880 and 1920.
The site offers grist mill demonstrations, art and craft demonstrations, self-guided walking tours, mansion tours, museum tours, and period rooms.