Location: On the wall before entering the Safe Harbor Dam fishing platform, find the symbols in the concrete inspired by the nearby petroglyphs of Big and Little Indian Rock. 39°55’31.1″N 76°23’19.5″W.
History Brief: One of the oldest human-made artifacts in the Susquehanna Valley and one of the most significant archeological sites in the northeastern United States sits a few hundred yards below Safe Harbor Dam. It is the petroglyphs of Little Indian Rock and Big Indian Rock. These stone carvings are believed to be between 800 and 1,200 years old.
Clue: Sketch one of the petroglyph-inspired images found on the wall.
Rest of the Story: Here’s a great video by ABC 27 journalist Avery Van Etten from when I took her out to see the petroglyphs below Safe Harbor Dam. Click this link to read her article.