We are nestled in the Brandywine River Valley, in the middle of Lancaster and Philadelphia, which makes our location a great base camp for two awesome and very different Pennsylvania cities. Winding roads, rolling hills, and woods set the scene for awesome mansions, gardens, and historic attractions. Our local area hosts many fun, educational, and relaxing day trips, like the Herrs Potato Chip Factory, the American Helicopter Museum, and our growing number of local wineries. Make sure you plan enough days to venture out in all directions!
The Independence National Historic Park is referred to as the birthplace of our nation and home to its first capitol. The park area is located in center city Philadelphia where people can visit the Liberty Bell at the Liberty Bell Pavilion, Independence Hall, and the US Constitution Center. Leave your RV at the campground and take our all day tour of Philadelphia and Valley Forge. For more information on the tour, visit Our Activities.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art is among the largest museums in the United States. The museum has collections of more than 227,000 objects that include world-class holdings of European and and American paintings, prints, drawings, and decorative arts, and of course the famous Rocky steps.
The Philadelphia Mint is responsible for the engraving of US coins and medals; production of medal and coin dies; production of coins of all denominations for general circulation; production of regular uncirculated coin sets; production of commemorative coins authorized by Congress and the production of medals. For tour information, visit the US Mint online.