Unlimited miles 2020 Thor bunker
Unlimited miles 2020 Thor bunker
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Occupying almost 3500 acres, Codorus State Park is a wonderland of rolling hills, sun-dappled forests and scenic waterways. At the center of it all is shimmering Lake Marburg, where you can cast a line for bluegill, launch a kayak, or enjoy a scenic hike around the shoreline.
Beyond discovering the great outdoors, Codorus State Park is a fantastic jumping point for exploring sites that shaped the face of American history. To the east is the poignant Gettysburg National Military Park, while greater York County cradles historic railroads, 18th-century mansions and heritage museums.
At just one-hour from Baltimore and 2.5 hours from Philadelphia, Codorus State Park is a firm favorite with city dwellers in search of fresh air and Keystone State scenery. The mix of history and natural beauty also make Codorus a top destination for travelers from interstate and abroad. Planning your next outdoor getaway? Whether you're a local or an out-of-towner, use Outdoorsy to book an RV in York County and start exploring.
With 1275 acres of water and 26 miles of shoreline to discover, Lake Marburg is the centerpiece of Codorus State Park. The lake is a dream come true for anglers, with the chance to reel in bluegill, catfish, crappie, largemouth bass, northern pike, yellow perch and a handful of other species. Fish off the shoreline or launch a boat at one of the seven ramps.
There's no swimming in the lake but you can cool off in the public pool, which is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day. It's perched on a bluff and boasts spectacular views over Lake Marburg and the distant hills. Bring your own picnic or stock up on snacks at the concession.
Kayaking is a great way to enjoy the lake, with rentals available from AOS Marina. Explore the lake independently or join a guided tour run by the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Keep an eye out for turtles, eagles, osprey, waterfowl and other wildlife.
If you feel like stretching your legs the 3.5-mile Mary Ann Furnace Trail winds through the Black Rock Flats wetlands, then climbs through a lush deciduous forest. Take the left fork to skirt the lake shoreline and the right fork to ascend to a hilltop with sweeping views over the campground. On the north shore of the park, a designated 195-acre mountain biking zone attracts legions of adrenalin junkies.
Featuring almost 200 sites, Codorus boasts one of the best state park RV campgrounds in the Pennsylvania. It's open from April to October and offers spacious sites, some set in the forest and others on a grassy meadow. Most are equipped with picnic tables and firepits – perfect for BBQs and s'more roasting sessions.
Motorhome camping sites vary in size, with the biggest accommodating recreational vehicles up to 51 feet in length. You'll also find a handful of ADA accessible sites when RV camping at Codorus State Park. Some feature electric hookups of up to 50 amp, while others offer an off-the-grid experience. There's a sanitary dump station for serviced RVs, as well as hot showers and flush toilets. Pets are welcome, just be sure to clean up after your dog.
There's plenty to keep the kids entertained, from the 54-hole disc golf course to evening nature talks held in the auditorium. As a camper, you'll also enjoy exclusive access to the campground boat launch ramp.
Camping at Codorus State Park puts you in the heart of Pennsylvania's famous farm belt, an agriculturally-rich region famous for apples, peaches, plums and cantaloupe. Stock up on supplies at Central Market House in York, a historic market that's been peddling farm-fresh produce since the 1800s.
Beer aficionados won't be able to resist sipping their way through the Susquehanna Ale Trail. Featuring more than a dozen craft breweries, a self-guided tour promises bold hops and lashings of flavor. If you prefer vino, York County is also home to a bevy of boutique wineries.
For a change of scene head to Buffalo Springs Horse Farm and join a trail ride through the forest or sign up for a one-on-one lesson. If you're RV camping with little ones, it's worth visiting Alpacas of York, a family-friendly farm where you can feed and pet the cuddly camelids, as well as shop for luxurious alpaca wool apparel.
A 30-minute drive east, Gettysburg National Military Park is dotted with Civil War monuments and crisscrossed with trails. Start at the museum, then work your way through the park independently or on a guided tour. Gettysburg is also a popular hub to rent a camper near Codorus State Park. Closer to home, attractions like the Warehime Myers Mansion in Hanover recall the elegance of a bygone era.