The borough of Selinsgrove is located on the shores of the Susquehanna River, in Snyder county Pennsylvania. The historic downtown is a classic example of colonial and early American architecture, with homes dating back to the nineteenth century. Brick paved sidewalks and tree lined streets provide a picturesque setting for many fine shops and restaurants. Selinsgrove is home to Susquehanna University, recognized as one of the finest liberal arts universities in the Northeastern United States.
Selinsgrove’s hometown celebrations include the popular Market Street Festival, a Selinsgrove tradition for over thirty years. Each year over 100 vendors line Market Street providing a fun filled day of food, games, arts and crafts and entertainment. In July, enjoy the Hops, Vines and Wines Festival, a tasting event featuring micro-brews and wines from over 30 vendors. Selinsgrove is also home to the Penn Valley Airport, host of Aviation Heritage Day, a free event that showcases some of the legendary planes of World War II.
The quiet streets and unhurried pace of this beautiful small town make Selinsgrove an ideal place to raise a family. The quality of life is unsurpassed. Snyder County offers numerous employment and educational opportunities and state of the art medical facilities. The Susquehanna River provides many recreational opportunities, including boating, fishing, swimming, and ice skating. Many of Pennsylvania’s renowned state parks are within easy access and provide virtually unlimited opportunities for hiking, camping, and boating.
Selinsgrove Chamber of Commerce
Borough of Selinsgrove
Pennsylvania State Parks
Selinsgrove School District
Susquehanna River Valley Visitors Bureau