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In the southeastern corner of Pennsylvania, just a short drive from the City of Brotherly Love, Spring Gulch RV Resort beckons lovers of nature and history alike. RV camping at Spring Gulch is sure to make for a memorable trip. Whether you’re just passing through the area or looking for a home-away-from-home, Spring Gulch Resort is a great place to consider parking your RV rental in Lancaster County.
Near Pennsylvania’s famed Amish Country, Spring Gulch RV Resort offers a variety of amenities to make guests more comfortable. Restrooms and a shower house are on-site, and you can refresh your camping clothes at the laundry facilities. Campsites at Spring Gulch RV Resort are available with water and electrical connections or full hookups with cable TV. Tent camping is also an option here.
Spring Gulch features a wide variety of activities and pastimes to enjoy between your adventures. You can challenge your travel companions to a game of horseshoes, softball, or even miniature golf. If you would rather relax on your own, you can lounge on the swimming beach and soak up some sun, cast your line into the fishing pond, or head out for a stroll along the trail that encircles the northern half of the property. No matter what you plan to do when you camp in eastern Pennsylvania, you will have plenty of options at Spring Gulch RV Resort.
Those looking for a quick escape into the rolling hills of eastern Pennsylvania can head to Wolf’s Hollow County Park in Atglen. Just south of the RV campground, Wolf’s Hollow spans over 500 acres of Pennsylvania wilderness. You can explore the trails that wind through the valleys and hills, along streams and creeks and through the forest. With so much stunning landscape to enjoy, this local park is a great place to start your journey.
Within the Schuylkill Highlands, French Creek State Park near Elverson is a great destination for those looking for a rugged experience. The largest forest between New York City and Washington, D.C., French Creek has a seemingly endless supply of recreational opportunities. With 35 miles of trails to explore, hikers can push themselves to experience the Pennsylvania Highlands. In addition to hiking trails, French Creek has two lakes, Hopewell and Scotts Run, that provide ample fishing opportunities.
Those looking for something a little more relaxed can venture to the nearby Stroud Preserve in West Chester. This rolling landscape comprised of farmland, pastureland, grasslands, and woodlands offers a wonderful escape from daily life but doesn’t require the same exertion that French Creek does. Stroud Preserve is also cut in half by a branch of the nearby Brandywine Creek, making it a wonderful and scenic destination for canoeing or kayaking.
While camping at Spring Gulch RV Resort, you'll be within easy reach of Pennsylvania’s Amish Country. You can learn more about this local culture at The Amish Farm and House. Register for a tour of several of the nearby Amish homesteads, browse through the various artisan stores, and treat yourself to some Amish home cooking. You can even partake in a yoga class with some adorable baby goats.
Those traveling with kids can plan to spend a day at Dutch Wonderland. With over 30 rides and attractions, there is never a dull moment at this family-friendly amusement park. Dutch Wonderland also hosts various holiday festivals, such as Halloween and Christmas events and parties.
Lovers of all things railroad will enjoy spending some time at the National Toy Train Museum near Strasburg. With one of the most extensive collections of toy trains in the world, this museum showcases train sets spanning decades, dating all the way back to the mid-1800s. There are even a few model trains that you can operate. And if you want to learn more about trains, you can visit the on-site library dedicated to the transportation mode.
When you're RV camping near New Holland, PA, you may need to restock and refuel your rig. There are a few options for gas stations and grocery stores around Spring Gulch. Considering your proximity to the Pennsylvanian Amish Country, you would be remiss not to try an Amish classic: shoofly pie. This incredibly sweet treat has a molasses base and some cinnamon for extra flavor. It is the perfect end to an adventurous day.
Rent an RV near New Holland, and you can stick close to your campsite at Spring Gulch, explore the wilderness of Lancaster County, or immerse yourself in the unique culture of the area.