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Lincoln University, which is both a town and a college campus, was founded in 1854. It was originally named Ashmun Institute after a religious leader and social reformer, Jehudi Ashmun. One of the few higher education schools for the blacks, it was referred to as “the Black Princeton” because the founder, John Miller Dickey, was a Princeton graduate.
In 1866, a year after President Lincoln’s assassination, the school was renamed to Lincoln University in his honor. Today, the school is regarded as one of the top schools in the country. Notable alumni include US Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, Harlem Renaissance poet Langston Hughes, and the first presidents of Ghana and Nigeria, Kwame Nkrumah and Nnamdi Azikiwe, respectively.
The closest large town is Oxford, PA, about four miles southwest.
Rent an RV and gain a world of adventure and fun. Though the area surrounding Lincoln University is primarily farmland, there are several small wilderness parks nearby. Nottingham Park is a fair-sized park, encompassing nearly 700 acres of land. A former feldspar and serpentine quarry, this park is a popular destination for rockhounds who seek a particular type of serpentine, a rare, light-green rock that’s found in only two other locations in North America. Anglers can pick from one of the two small ponds to catch bluegill, largemouth bass, channel catfish and brown bullhead. The park’s management offers loaner rods and tackle.
White Clay Creek Preserve in Landenberg is a moderate 2,000-acre park that features several miles of idyllic multi-use trails, ideal for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Across the Pennsylvania-Delaware border, White Clay Creek State Park, which is nearly 4,000 acres, has about 37 miles of trails for hiking and biking. The trails pass by several historic sites and scenic vistas. Although both parks are day-use, there’s plenty of parking that can accommodate a Lincoln University camper rental.
When booking a motorhome in Lincoln University, don’t forget to figure out where to park overnight while you explore the area. There are a handful of options in the area. Oma’s Family Campground in Kirkwood is in the heart of Amish Country. Surrounded by Amish farms, the campground offers amenities like 30 amps electric, water, and sewer hookups, WiFi, and coin-operated showers.
Jellystone Park in Quarryville may be a fun alternative. A luxury RV/camping resort, it offers a number of activities like water rides and games, laser tag course, escape rooms, pedal-kart racecourse, and outdoor theater.
Occasionally it’s necessary to make an unplanned stop overnight. There is a Walmart in Oxford. Be sure to ask the store manager for permission beforehand.
Surrounded by idyllic, gently rolling farmland, it’s easy to think that there isn’t much to do in the area. On the contrary. This region, with its mild climate, is ideal for vineyards. There are several wineries in the area. Join a local wine tour group, which embarks from West Grove, or go searching on your own for your local favorite. Paradocx Vineyard, which grows an Alsatian variety of grapes, specializes in crisp, dry whites. They also produce a limited quantity of reds using clones from the Finger Lakes. Enjoy the views of 100-acre rolling hills from their tasting room. Va La Vineyard, in Avondale, is an award-winning winery with a boutique tasting room set inside a 19th-century barn. Check online for their hours.
There’s nothing like sun-warmed fruit fresh off the vine. Several local farms run small produce stands and “u-pick” programs, in which guests can pick their own fruits or vegetables. Toot Valley Farm, a small Amish market, boast terrific prices on seasonal produce. There are a handful of local mushroom farms, as well, with stands selling unusual -- and safe -- varieties that can be found only in Pennsylvania.
Dutch Wonderland, a themed amusement park in Lancaster, features 35 rides, a water park, and live entertainment. The Amusement Today magazine voted this park one of the top five Best Kids’ Parks in the World. This family-friendly park is sure to thrill and entertain children. A great place to park your Lincoln University travel trailer rental for the day as the kiddos wear themselves out!
Centrally located, Lincoln University is both 30 minutes from the heart of Amish Country and 30 minutes from Chesapeake Bay, MD, where delicious fish, clams and crabs can be had. Hop into your Lincoln University, PA motorhome rental and go explore Pennsylvania!