2021 Coachmen Rv Apex Nano 208 BHS
2021 Coachmen Rv Apex Nano 208 BHS
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Search for an RV in Lebanon and you’ll be in the heart of Pennsylvania’s Lebanon County and Lebanon Valley. You’ll have access to the history, culture, attractions, and amenities of Harrisburg, Allentown, and Lancaster. Also, take your Lebanon RV rental to ride the rides and eat the sweets at Hershey Park or explore the Schuylkill River.
This is a destination with something to offer visitors and travelers of all ages, stages, and interests. Attractions range from theme parks to outlet malls, farms, parks and recreation, museums, and more. Lebanon has been recognized as the second least stressful city in the United States and you’ll certainly enjoy the area’s charming atmosphere and excellent opportunities for fun and relaxation. Whether you’re traveling on your own, with friends, or with family, there will be something for everybody to enjoy. Make sure to check out the Visit Lebanon Valley Visitors Center and the Lebanon Expo Center for information kiosks, inside information, and a warm welcome to the area
The city maintains a number of park facilities that you can access with your motorhome rental in Lebanon. Among these are Stoever's Dam Park with camping, picnicking, canoeing, fishing, hiking, the Nature Barn, and the Lebanon Community Theater. There’s also the Coleman Memorial Park & Lauther Water Complex, with a handicapped-accessible swimming pool, sports facilities, miniature golf, and concessions
At Northeast Park/Youth Center, you’ll find a pond, baseball and softball fields, fenced-in lighted street hockey, four lighted tennis courts, and a play area. The Middle Creek Wildlife Project spans 6,254 acres and is home to pheasants, deer, bluebirds, cottontails, other wild animals, and thousands upon thousands of waterfowl.
The Lebanon Bicycle Club has put together maps of various bicycle trails and tours, many spanning over 30 miles, that you can explore when you want to get a little space away from your Lebanon camper rental.
When you book an RV rental in Lebanon, you can stay at the Circle M RV & Camping Resort, which is a Western-themed campground in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch country -- and this combination somehow works! Full-service sites include water, sewer, electricity, cable, and Wi-Fi. Resort amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a pool and spa, a miniature golf course, planned children's activities, a library, and a store.
The Hershey RV Camping preserve, another place to park your luxury RV rental near Lebanon, is enclosed in a natural valley of grassy fields sloping down to a small fishing lake. Sites feature full hookups and also include Wi-Fi and satellite television. Resort amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a pool and hot tub, sports and recreation facilities, planned activities and events including potluck dinners, live entertainment, and a store and library.
Park your Lebanon travel trailer rental at the PA Dutch Country RV Resort for a taste (or a full meal) of what Amish country and rural Pennsylvania has to offer you. Sites include full hookups with Wi-Fi. The campground has an activities director on staff and other amenities such as laundry facilities, a swimming pool, a playground and sports fields, a picnic and barbecue area, nature trails, a library, and a restaurant and store.
History buffs will have plenty to check out with when exploring the area with a Lebanon RV rental by owner. The entire downtown district maintains its original character even though the shopping and dining are thoroughly contemporary.
Local points of interest listed on the National Register of Historic Places include the Chestnut Street Log House, the Reading Railroad Station, Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, and Tabor Reformed Church. Dabble in area history with a visit to the Pennsylvania National Guard Military Museum or the Stoy Museum, which features educational exhibits on everyday living from the 19th and 20th centuries.
If you choose to visit Lebanon as the New Year arrives, you’ll be able to participate in one of the city’s best-loved traditions as a 150-pound Lebanon bologna is dropped to celebrate the exact moment the calendar turns over. Other area special events include the Gem Miners Jubilee and the Lebanon/Dauphin County Best-Kept Secrets Tour featuring nearly 30 of the area’s most eclectic and unique businesses.
Family-friendly attractions that appeal to all ages include Dutch Wonderland, Hershey Park, the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, and the North Museum of Nature and Science.
There is also the the Amish Experience at Plain & Fancy Farm, which is just one of many opportunities to explore Amish culture, crafts, farms, and food with your camper rental near Lebanon, PA.