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Surrounded by miles of rolling countryside, it’s hard not to fall in love with Quakerwoods Campground. The idyllic, slower pace is the way of life in the agricultural Lehigh Valley. Fun activities, museums, and other attractions are a short drive away in a rental motorhome. Quakerwoods Campground is family-friendly, featuring fun activities like mini-golf, horseshoes, shuffleboards, and a basketball court. On weekends, the guests are invited to participate in community events, too. Hayrides are a regular event in summers and falls. For water lovers, there is a swimming pool and a fishing pond.
Campers have a choice between full or partial hookups, and each RV site has a fire pit. Restrooms with hot showers are a short walk from most sites. The ground is pet-friendly, though all owners are required to keep their dogs leashed, and they are prohibited from entering the community buildings. Quakerwoods Campground is open April through November.
The closest town is Quakertown, about four miles to the southeast. The town, which was founded in the late 1700s, has several historical buildings and homes that look like they did when they originally were built. Walking through this historic town is akin to stepping back in time. Create a bucolic RV camping experience with a search for RVs in Bucks County, PA.
Though the Lehigh Valley is primarily an agricultural region, there are several pockets of nearly untouched wilderness nestled in between farms. Nockamixon State Park sprawls over 5,200 acres of mountains blanketed by dense woods of oak, maple, and beech trees. There are several miles of hiking trails, some ascending into the bowels of the mountains, others skirting around the Nockamixon Lake where sailboats and catamarans flit across the surface.
Twice a year - in early spring and late fall - the water is released from the dam, and thrill-seeking adventurers are treated to Class II and III rapids on the Tohickon Creek. In especially wet years, Class IV rapids have been achieved in the past.
Mountain bikers and horseback riders to have ample opportunities for fun at Nockamixon State Park. There are over 10 miles of trails for bikers, and horseback riders may share a majority of the trails with hikers. However, riders should be aware that hunting is permitted at this park. Horses should be ideally be desensitized to the sound of gunfire.
During the hunting season, a little over half of the park is open to hunting, trapping, and dog training. Deer, pheasants, rabbits, and turkey are the typical targets in this park. All hunters must obtain the appropriate license and permit or risk hefty fines.
Ever wonder what it’d be like to live like dwarves in the heart of the earth? Descend hundreds of feet into solid rock at Lost River Caverns, near Hellertown, PA, where stalactites and stalagmites line the floor and the ceiling of vast caverns. Search for hidden gems and crystals in nooks and crannies on the guided tours. Learn how semi-precious and precious gems are cut with lapidary equipment in the on-site museum, too. Due to the nature of the tunnels, the Lost River Caverns are not wheelchair- and stroller-accessible.
Roam the rolling farmlands in a rental Airstream and keep an eye out for produce stands that line the roads. The produce selections vary depending on the time of the year are delicious and mouthwateringly savory. Sun-warmed, fresh strawberries, apples, and berries that are ripened naturally by far outshine their equivalents found in a commercial grocery store. Many towns, Allentown included, operate a weekly farmers’ market at which customers can find a wide range of fresh produce, jams, ciders, and baked goods.
Pennsylvania is well-known for its covered bridges, and there are a couple of dozens in Lehigh Valley. Many are original - or very close to it. Hop into a motorhome rental and find the most picturesque one that will delight a landscape photographer or artist. Uhlerstown Covered Bridge near Upper Black Eddy, an unusual design, using a lattice truss system to support the span.
History abounds in this part of Pennsylvania. The Perkasie, home of Pearl S. Buck, an author who won several awards, including the coveted Pulitzer and Nobel awards, is now a historic landmark open to visitors. The interior of the home is original to the Buck family, who lived in the house for over 40 years, including the typewriter Pearl used to pen The Good Earth. It’s an opportunity for visitors to learn about not only Pearl’s life, but also about her humanitarian efforts to improve the lives of children around the world.
Build a campfire in the firepit and roast s’mores. Listen to the crackle of the fire accompanied by the hum of crickets and frogs as you relax outside an RV rental. Find your perfect RV camping adventure in Pennsylvania and hit the road exploring.