Philadelphia / West Chester KOA

Open April 1 - November 1

Reserve: 800-562-1726

Reserve: 800-562-1726

Info: 610-486-0447

Info: 610-486-0447

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1659 Embreeville Road

Coatesville, PA 19320

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Local Area Attractions

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, zoos, nature land preserves, and our growing number of local wineries. Make sure you plan enough days to venture out in all directions!

Independence National Historic Park

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.

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Valley Forge National Park

Site of George Washington's famed encampment. A place that is symbolic of the perseverance and sacrifice of the American War of Independence. This site is included in our campground's guided tour of Philadelphia and Valley Forge. For more information visit Valley Forge online.

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National Constitution Center

Interactive all-ages museum devoted to the U.S. Constitution featuring rare artifacts and a theater.

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Longwood Gardens

1001 Longwood Rd
Kennett Square, PA 19348

One of the world's great gardens and former home of Pierre S. duPont. Longwood Gardens includes 350 acres of outdoor and indoor gardens, flowers and spectacular fountains.

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Lancaster / Amish Country

Home to a large settlement of "plain" people (Amish, Mennonite & Brethren).  Go for a buggy ride, shop the outlet malls, visit the farmer's market and Dutch Wonderland and enjoy the delicious food, baked goods and produce stands.

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Winterthur Museum & Gardens

5105 Kennett Pike
Winterthur, DE 19735

Winterthur was once the home of Henry Francis duPont and today a nine-story, 200-room estate filled with 71,000 American decorative art objects. Outside, stroll through 60 acres of gardens, woodlands and rolling meadows.

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Hagley Museum and Library

200 Hagley Road
Wilmington, DE 19807

This is the site of the first duPont family home in America, Blacksmith Hill workers community, the first black powder yards and machine shop.

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Stroud Preserve

454 North Creek Road
West Chester, PA 19382

Stroud Preserve is a mosaic of once-pastured grasslands, working farmlands, and woodlands that serves as a unique site for recreation, education, and scientific research.  Here, you can see the needs of people and nature in blance as careful stewardship of both cultivated and "wild" areas restores vital wildlife habitat while also protecting watersheds that provide drinking water for tens-of-thousands of people.

With Permission
Photograph: Simone Collins Landscape Architecture, Geoff Creary

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ChesLen Preserve

1199 Cannery Road
Coatesville, PA 19320

The 1,263-acre ChesLen Preserve is one of the largest private nature preserves in southeastern Pennsylvania!  This breathtaking land features sweeping agricultural fields, densely wooded stream corridors, and rare serpentine barrens.

With Permission
Photograph Simone Collins Landscape Architecture, Geoff Creary

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United States Mint, Philadelphia

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.

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Philadelphia Museum of Art

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.

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Nemours Mansion and Gardens

Nemours , the estate of Alfred I. du Pont, offers the opportunity to enjoy European arts in a magnificent setting. Surrounded by 300 acres of gardens and natural woodlands, the Louis XVI-style chateau, built in 1909-1910, contains fine examples of antique furniture, oriental rugs, tapestries and paintings dating back to the 15th century. The French gardens, extending almost one-third of a mile along the main vista from the mansion, are classed with the finest found in America.

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Brandywine Battlefield Park

Site of the largest land battle waged during the Revolutionary War. For more information visit the Brandywine Battlefield Park online.

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Brandywine River Museum

This converted gristmill houses outstanding collections of American paintings and illustrations by members of the Wyeth family and others. For more information visit the Brandywine River Museum online.

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Philadelphia Zoo

This is America's first zoo and one of the region's foremost conservation organizations with over 1600 animals. For more information visit the Philadelphia Zoo online.

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Franklin Institute

Become inspired by this hands-on center for learning science and technology, including a planetarium and IMAX theater. For more information, visit the Franklin Institute online.

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Adventure Aquarium

1 Riverside Dr
Camden, NJ 08103

Explore nearly 200,000 square feet of sharks, hippos, free flying birds and sea life from around the world. The aquarium is located at the Camden waterfront, accessible by the ferry at Penns Landing on the Philadelphia waterfront.

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Sesame Place

100 Sesame Road
Langhorne, PA 19047

Plan a trip to this family-oriented play park offering physical play, water activities, hands-on exhibits, live entertainment and regular appearances of the "Sesame Street" characters.

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Dutch Wonderland

An amusement park for children located in Lancaster Pennsylvania. For more information visit Dutch Wonderland online.

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Herrs Snack Factory

271 Old Baltimore Pike
Nottingham, PA 19362

Tour the factory of Herrs, a manufacturer of fresh, nutritious snack food, potato chips, pretzels and corn chips.

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QVC Studios

1200 Wilson Drive
West Chester, PA 19380

Tour the television studios for the premiere home shopping channel.

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American Helicopter Museum

1220 American Blvd
West Chester, PA 19380

Experience the adventure and history of rotary winged flight. Aircraft displays, interactive exhibits and educational programs.

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Plumpton Park Zoo

Great local Zoo in Cecil County, Maryland, with lots of shade and animals to make a fun day.

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Elmwood Park Zoo

1661 Harding Blvd.
Norristown, PA 19401

Located in Norristown, Pennsylvania this zoo focuses on North and South American Animals.  Experience a fun adventure for the whole family!

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Brandywine Zoo

1001 N Park Drive
Wilmington, DE 19802

The Brandywine Zoo is located in beautiful Brandywine Park in Wilmington, Delaware.  Visit with awesome animals over 12 landscaped acres on high ground above the Brandywine River.

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Legoland Discovery Center

520 Germantown Pike
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462

The ultimate indoor Lego playground.

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Dorney Park

Dorney is an amusement park full of wild, thrilling rides and water fun. For more information visit Dorney Park online.

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West Chester Railroad

90 minute train rides along the beautiful Chester Creek Valley.

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BV Brew Scene

Chester County is home to some awesome local breweries! Several of the breweries are located just 15 minutes from our campground.

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