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Old 01-26-2016, 07:40 PM   #21
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We are regulars at Yogi Bear Quarryville, they have a lot of great activities for the kids and the water park is really nice! It is about 20 mins south of the main Lancaster attractions.


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Old 01-26-2016, 08:28 PM   #22
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check out mill bridge village nice place we go there
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Old 01-26-2016, 08:52 PM   #23
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Thanks everyone for the replies and recommendations. Once we get our choice narrowed down I may be back again with more questions.
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My DW and I like Country Acres. Stay there often. Some RT. 30 highway noise but a very clean campground.

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Si camper, there are many nice campgrounds in every area you are interested about. Could you tell us what your group is interested in doing or not doing while you are here in PA. Nightlife, Civil War, amusement parks, each area has specific campgrounds that would facilitate perhaps a much more enjoyable stay. Am from Hanover.
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Old 01-28-2016, 09:12 AM   #26
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Si camper, there are many nice campgrounds in every area you are interested about. Could you tell us what your group is interested in doing or not doing while you are here in PA. Nightlife, Civil War, amusement parks, each area has specific campgrounds that would facilitate perhaps a much more enjoyable stay. Am from Hanover.
We're a 55 and over group that now have the time to do a little travelling and just enjoy seeing what we can see. From the SE part of PA I anticipate day trips that would take in Civil War History, Amish communities, possibly Washington DC, and whatever local sites that peek our interest. We also enjoy sampling the local food fare and wine trails. We try not to have too much of an itinerary.

We don't have to have a resort campground. we prefer having full hook-ups or at least a site that has a pump-out service. Our evenings, night, and breakfast will be about the only time we are at our camp site.
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Old 01-28-2016, 09:56 AM   #27
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SI camper, you may want to check out Warwick Woods, (Chester County) in that case. A few FHU, they do have a honey wagon. The only draw back is it is only 30 amps, but VERY well shaded. It is also a Passport America campground. Close to French Creek State park, Hopewell Village Nat Park, St. Peters Village, Valley Forge. Lancaster County not far either.
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Old 01-28-2016, 02:00 PM   #28
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You might also want to check out Pinch Pond near Manheim Pa. a little farther out but near the turnpike so location might work better for the day trips, but can be noisy near the pike and also a gun range. For good BBQ try Devine Swine right on Rt. 72
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Old Mill is a good spot, but now you have to go thru the parking lot of Dutch Wonderland to get to it. Best thing now is you HAVE to exit at the traffic light. Country Acres is also getting good reviews now and even got to host a FROG rally a couple of years ago.
We tried to get into Country Acres but the wedding is Memorial Day weekend and they were booked. We got a reservation at Old Mill, Thanks for the info
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I live in York and go to Gettysburg all of the time, its my favorite place to visit. I am a personal fan of the Gettysburg KOA and Granite Hill. Round top and Drummer Boy are also nice, but they are a tad bit pricey. Artillery Ridge is closest to the battlefields, but isn't as nice as the others, but its not bad at all.
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