The Amish Village
We are proud to be a campground in amish country, PA and encourage you to check out The Amish Villiage. Located in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country, The Amish Village is an authentic look at today’s Amish lifestyle. Photo by The Amish Village
Lancaster Central Market
Visit the country’s oldest farmers’ market, Lancaster Central Market, in the heart of Amish country! Plus, our campground near Lancaster makes it an easy drive away!
Strasburg Rail Road
Just 23 minutes away, climb aboard the larger-than-life steam train at Strasburg Rail Road and enjoy a 45-minute, round-trip ride through the tranquil Amish countryside to Paradise, PA and back. Photo by Strasburg Rail Road.
With over 35 rides, attractions, and shows, Dutch Wonderland is a great place to spend time together as a family. Photo by Dutch Wonderland.
Li'l Country Store and Miniature Horse Farm
When camping in Amish Country, PA, we are just a little over 20 minutes away from the Li'l Country Store and Miniature Horse Farm! Stop in and say “Hello” the miniature horses at the Amish farm of Henry & Linda Stoltzfus, situated just outside of Strasburg. The Miniature horse barn offers 10 stalls of miniature horses waiting to greet you. Photo by Discover Lancaster.
As a campground near Hershey, PA, visiting Hersheypark is a must! Hersheypark is a popular theme park that features over 60 thrilling rides & attractions, including 11 roller coasters, half a dozen water rides, 24 kiddie rides, live entertainment, fun events, photo opportunities with Hershey’s characters, challenging games, unique shops, and delicious dining. Photo by HersheyPA.
ZooAmerica is 11 acres devoted to recreating the natural habitats of five of North America’s regions. Photo by ZooAmerica.
If you are camping in Pennsylvania, you should take a walk through the nearly 400 acres of beautifully manicured gardens, flowers, and treehouses at Longwood Gardens. Photo by Longwood Gardens.
Theodore A. Parker III Natural Area
The Theodore A. Parker III Natural Area is 100 acres of lush natural beauty that lies adjacent to our Pennsylvania camping resort. Photo by AllTrails.
Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania is a land of historic sites that include covered bridges and Daniel Boone’s homestead. Photo by Chris Favero.
Philadelphia, PA is an hour and a half away from Jellystone Park™! Discover Philadelphia – the City of Brotherly Love and “America’s First Major City.” Regularly ranked as one the friendliest and safest of the 12 largest cities in the U.S. Plus, as a campground near Philadelphia, we are only an hour and a half drive away! Photo by Lee Cannon.
If you love the water, Baltimore is your kind of town - and it's just an hour and a half away! Photo by yeahbouyee.