2003 Keystone Cougar
2003 Keystone Cougar
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When you rent a motorhome in Lyndell, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the town’s proximity to the stunning Marsh Creek State Park. Down the road from Downingtown and Coatesville, as well as being not too far from Philadelphia, you’ll have lots of options when it comes to city exploring with your RV rental from Lyndell. Being so close to such a pleasant state park, and just around the corner from some of the most popular cities in Pennsylvania makes Lyndell an ideal location to visit.
If you want to tiptoe into a neighboring state, pack up after breakfast, and you can also drive your luxury RV rental from Lyndell to Baltimore in Maryland in time for lunch. Here you can explore the city most famously known for being the setting of a favorite American musical and maybe even reenact a musical number or two.
If Lyndell’s neighboring state park wasn’t enough outdoor adventure for you, that's just fine. There’s plenty to explore with your camper rental near Lyndell. French Creek State Park in Elverson offers its visitors lakes ideal for swimming and fishing, as well as hiking trails and forests to explore. You can spend a perfect day here, just unwinding in the calming atmosphere of nature at its finest.
Another option is The Struble Trail in Downingtown. This three-mile trail is great for cycling and hiking, taking you through a gorgeous route under a canopy of trees that looks even more spectacular during the fall months when the leaves turn amber and gold.
And if you want to see this scenic region from a different vantage point, perhaps a view from up near the clouds and down over the breathtaking rolling hills of Pennsylvania, consider booking a hot air balloon adventure. Just down the road from Lyndell, you can explore the great outdoors from a whole new perspective up in a hot air balloon whatever the time of year at either sunset or sunrise, whatever you prefer. The views you’ll see are out of this world.
During your stay with a travel trailer rental from Lyndell, you will need somewhere to relax during the times you’re not out adventuring. Fortunately, there are plenty of campgrounds in the area. The Brandywine Creek Campground is in Downingtown, just a two-minute drive from Lyndell. This park provides full hookup services as well as Wi-Fi and fishing in the creek. There’s also a recreational hall for campground activities and events.
Another option to consider is The Lake in Wood Campground in Narvon. On-site, full hookup services are available, along with laundry facilities. There’s also a campground store as well as Wi-Fi and cable TV access. They offer bicycles for their guests to rent and golf carts too.
The Spring Gulch RV Park in Lancaster is a 30-minute drive away from Lyndell and is nestled across miles of farmland and forest. This campground offers hiking and fishing, as well as sports activities such as swimming, golf, and basketball. Full hookup services are available for your RV also.
Chester County has more than enough to offers its tourists and visitors. If you’re a fan of history, you may want to look into the local museums focusing on iron and steel history, learning about how the region used to once live. They even offer iron making classes as well as other fun activities for their visitors, so you can really delve into the history of this gorgeous state. The old architecture provides a fantastic opportunity for snapping unique photographs to capture the essence of your family vacation.
How about visiting the Independence Hall in Philadelphia? This building is known for being where the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were debated and signed. The museum and national landmark is rich in history and offers guests a guided tour of one of the most important buildings in America. If you’re interested in these critical moments in American history when the country finally established independence from the British Empire, then this is a must-visit. And if this isn’t enough history for one day, you can look into the local helicopter museum which will take you through the history of American helicopters, as well as their role in today’s society. Here you can become inspired by the brave work of US helicopter pilots and their life-saving missions.
For the animal lover, there are local farms where you can visit and pet adorable farmyard animals and retired rescue horses. Explore these Pennsylvanian farmyards and their history, with one farm offering its visitors the option of learning about, and visiting, old farm equipment and how different it is to today’s way of farm life. The farm known for its strides in horse rescue and retirement takes you through their work in animal care and rehabilitation in line with the SPCA. After such action-packed days, be sure to refuel at one of the cozy eateries in the neighboring towns, with plenty of traditional American food on offer.
If this sounds like the perfect retreat for you, book RV in Chester County today and get ready for your next adventure.