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On the eastern outskirts of Lancaster, the Mill Bridge Village and Camp Resort lies amidst the sprawling hills of Pennsylvania's Amish Country. It centers around the 18th-century Herr’s Mill, which was once a hub for the local community and a popular stopping point on wagon journeys through the region. Entrance to this heritage-listed site is complimentary for campers at the Mill Bridge Village and Camp Resort.
RV camping at the Mill Bridge Village and Camp Resort includes access to a range of well-drained, level sites, with room to accommodate RVs up to 55 feet in length. There are 50-amp electric connections available, fire rings, and picnic tables at each site, as well as laundry facilities and modern bathhouses.
You can cool off in the swimming pool during the summer months and take advantage of the children’s playground, with a game room, horseshoes, and basketball courts all available. There’s also a common room with a big-screen TV, and fishing is accessible on the nearby Pequea Creek. Dogs are welcome to stay with you (two dogs per site), provided they remain on a leash, have up-to-date vaccinations, and droppings are disposed of properly.
The campsites at Mill Bridge Village and Camp Resort are a 20-minute drive from the Wolf's Hollow County Park near Atglen, which encompasses 569 acres along the upper reaches of the Octoraro Creek. Nestled in the Great Chester Valley, it’s surrounded by beautiful bluffs and glades of mountain laurel, which can be explored along ten miles of meandering hiking trails. It’s a popular area for bird watching, with brown thrashers, scarlet tanagers, and Baltimore orioles all regularly spotted in the mature woodland habitat. Dogs are welcome to join you, provided they remain on a six-foot leash.
Also nearby is the Natural Lands’ Sadsbury Woods Preserve, which was established in 1996 following the acquisition of 177 acres of woodlands. It lies at the headwaters of Buck Run, which serves as a major tributary to Brandywine Creek. The preserve provides an important habitat for several species of birds, including rose-breasted grosbeak, scarlet tanagers, and ovenbirds, as well as neotropical migrant songbirds that spend their winters in South America.
A 30-minute drive southwest of the Mill Bridge Village and Camp Resort is the Tucquan Glen Nature Preserve, which encompasses a ravine that connects with the Susquehanna River. It’s blanketed in stunning rhododendrons and hemlocks that are carved by the Tucquan Creek, as well as a spectacularly wild lower glen. After exploring the rugged surrounds of the Tucquan Glen Nature Preserve, head to the nearby Pinnacle Overlook to soak up the sweeping views across the Susquehanna River.
Ronks campers are just five minutes’ drive from The Shops @ Rockvale, where you’ll find a wide range of retail stores and supermarkets for stocking up on supplies. There are also plenty of fast-food restaurants and eateries where you can dine out and gas stations if you need to fill up your RV rental, together with services such as banks and ATMs.
Continue driving west, and you’ll arrive in the center of Lancaster, which is one of the oldest inland towns in the United States. It now serves as the seat of Lancaster County. It is clustered with historic landmarks that include the 1828 Federal mansion of President James Buchanan. Delve into the local history at the Lancaster Campus of Museum and admire the 19th-century Cork Factory Hotel, then see a show at the oldest continuously run theater in the United States - the Fulton Opera House. Another highlight of Lancaster is its historic Central Market (one of the oldest farmer’s markets in the country) where you can shop for fresh produce, cut flowers, and baked goods.
Just a stone’s throw from the Mill Bridge Village and Camp Resort is the Amish Farm and House, which offers a fascinating insight into Amish life. Tour the centuries-old farmhouse and learn about the philosophies behind Amish education, then try your hand at milking the resident cows. The farm also features a variety of outbuildings that include a smokehouse, workshops, and a summer kitchen where you can watch the local artisans at work.
Traveling with kids? Spend a day at the amusement park known as the Dutch Wonderland, which also encompasses a tropical-themed water play area, Duke’s Lagoon. The park is fronted by a castle-inspired facade built in the 1960s by potato farmer Earl Clark. It features a series of animatronic dinosaurs at “Exploration Island.” Aside from its rides and roller coasters, the park also hosts children’s games and live entertainment shows throughout the day.
Whether you want to birdwatch in the region’s natural preserves or get active at the Dutch Wonderland, book an RV rental in Lancaster County and start planning your next vacation.