Local Area Attractions
Pennsylvania Dutch/Amish Country
Quaint shops amidst beautiful countryside feature handmade furniture and crafts, bakery goods, meats and cheeses, world renowned quilts and more. A trip back in time to a simpler life. (30 minutes away). Visit Pennsylvania Dutch Country online for more information.
In the middle of the Amish country, filled with tons of steel. Railroad buffs will be more than pleased visiting the Pennsylvania Railroad Museum. Little ones will love the Thomas the Train Shoppe. Take the family for a train ride through the countryside at the Strasburg Railroad. Stories from the Bible brought to life, on stage at the world class Sight and Sound Theatre. (30 minutes away). Visit Strasburg, Pennsylvania online for more information.
Visit our State Capitol, take a walk along the riverfront, and visit the National Civil War Museum. Go to the State Farm Show Arena for one of the many events. Spend the day at City Island, in the middle of the Susquehanna. Take a ride on the Pride of the Susquehanna riverboat, play Water Golf, or take in a baseball game. (30 minutes away). Visit Harrisburg City online for more information.
Local Area Activities
For those that are looking for a nice day out, there is a lot to choose from nearby for all ages. Shopping, Hershey, Amish Country, Gettysburg and more! Plan a day trip and go explore! Our staff can help point you in the right direction for your families needs.
Hershey Park is only 14 miles from the campground and features many things to do for all ages. Included is the Boardwalk, a waterpark within the amusement park. The best price for tickets is typically at the Giant Foods grocery store, located on your way to the park.
There are many things to explore in Hershey, PA such as museums, restaurants, shopping and much more! Only 14 miles from the campground, Hershey is always a fun and exciting place to go. Indian Echo Caverns is a popular destination for many of our campers. Lake Tobias Wildlife Park in Halifax is also camper approved! There's so much to do. (Photo by www.VisitHersheyHarrisburg.org)