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When you search for an RV in Lancaster County, you will probably also want to look at the Lancaster/New Holland KOA campground in New Holland. This KOA has been recognized with the President’s Award. It is conveniently located close to Amish/Pennsylvania Dutch country and major attractions like Hersheypark. The campground offers a playground and giant outdoor checkerboard, slides and swings, restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a dumpster, a general store with firewood for sale, and Wi-Fi.
At the beautifully landscaped Lancaster/New Holland KOA, some RV sites accommodate rigs up to 90 feet in length, and all are graveled with full hookups. Sites are available with either back-in or pull-through access and may have 20/30/50-amp service, cable hookups, patios, patio furniture, picnic tables, grills, and/or fire pits. Bring four-legged friends along for the motorhome rental ride, as this campground is pet-friendly; there is even a dog park on-site where pups can roam.
Enjoy the great outdoors in a very special way with your New Holland camper rental when you spend some time at French Creek State Park. The park is managed by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and includes forests, fields, lakes, and wetlands. It has been recognized as an Important Mammal Area by the Pennsylvania Game Commission and as an Important Bird Area by the National Audubon Society. Recreational opportunities include hiking, biking, orienteering, disc golfing, and horseback riding. Swimming, fishing, and boating are popular too, and cross-country skiing and sledding can be enjoyed during the cold and snowy winter months. Picnic areas with tables and restrooms are available. The park naturalist gives evening talks, facilitates demonstrations, and leads walks throughout the year. The park office is open for visitors.
The Ephrata Park System is one of the best and largest in the state, and you’ll be able to take advantage of it with your rental RV near here. Some of the highlights include an indoor and outdoor archery range, the Linear Park Trail along an abandoned railway, and multiple smaller parks with benches, playgrounds, and sports and recreation fields. The Thomas P. Grater Community Park covers 19 acres with swimming pools, fields, play structures, a skate park, pavilions, walking trails, and picnic areas. The Eicher Arts Center and the Ephrata Performing Arts Center are also on park property. Restrooms and other amenities are available for visitors.
You may enjoy visiting the Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area when you camp in an RV near New Holland. It is owned and operated by the Pennsylvania Game Commission and showcases the diversity of wildlife in the area. The Conservation Heritage Museum features interactive displays, hands-on exhibits, and collections of artifacts centered around conservation efforts over the centuries. Hiking trails and a conservation trail are marked for visitors. Special events held here each year include an art show and a National Hunting and Fishing Day. The visitors’ center provides restrooms and vending machines with drinks and snacks. A wildflower checklist, a bird checklist, and a self-guided driving tour guide or audio guide are available for download.
If you want to take in a show while you're camping at Lancaster/New Holland KOA, you need to check out the American Music Theatre. This 1,600-seat theater hosts over 300 live concerts and performances every year in genres ranging from rock to comedy, Broadway, country, and symphony orchestras. Shows include both tours and originals. Concessions include custom-roasted coffee, beverages, snacks and candy, and seasonal specials. The gift shop offers collectibles, music-themed items, holiday merchandise, apparel, jewelry, souvenirs, merchandise, and more.
The Strasburg Rail Road is one of America’s oldest short-line railroads and bills itself as “a full-steam adventure.” It was originally chartered in 1832. It operates authentic, working steam locomotives and passenger cars that are restored and maintained on-site. The experience includes a nine-mile, round-trip ride through Amish countryside and farmland, complete with audio commentary and the opportunity to disembark and explore. You’ll also be able to peruse the gift shop and toy store, playgrounds, and café with ice cream.
You’ll be near Amish country when you camp in a travel trailer at Lancaster/New Holland KOA, and this means some of the best farm-to-table feasts that you’ll ever find. Experience authentic old-world meals and culture at any of the area’s Amish or Pennsylvania Dutch eateries. You can also find fast-casual restaurants, pizza, and ethnic eateries. Your rig will need to be as full as your stomach, and there are plenty of truck stops, convenience stores, and fuel stations where you can fill up on either gasoline or diesel fuel easily.