White Oak Campground

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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

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Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

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Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

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Make the most of the peaceful Pennsylvania countryside with an RV rental near White Oak Campground. This RV park is situated near the small town of Strasburg, a quaint village which makes for a great base. White Oak Campground has several entertaining amenities to make your vacation more exciting, including a game room, a swimming pool, and a playground for kids. Campers looking to make the most of the outdoors will want to explore the Amish farms surrounding the campground.

When you camp in an RV at White Oak Campground, you'll be treated to a relaxing and peaceful experience. Most of the campsites at White Oak Campground have full hookups that support 30/50 amp electrics. Pull-through and back-in spaces are on offer, and each site comes with a fire ring. Strasburg campers will also have access to some basic amenities, such as restrooms, showers, and laundry.

Camping in southeast Pennsylvania is ideal for exploring bustling cities and appreciating beautiful nature. Campers will find themselves near some stunning outdoor areas, including the Susquehanna River and several sublime mountains. As for cities, campers will discover vibrant towns such as Wilmington and Reading nearby, which boast fun activities and famous landmarks.

The Great Outdoors

Strasburg campers will want to experience the serene Susquehanna River. Susquehannock State Park is the perfect place to experience this waterway, with over 200 acres of woodlands atop a plateau, which affords panoramic views down the river. Hikers will love exploring over five miles of trails that offer vistas across the river. During your trek, you may spot some local birds, including hawks, eagles, vultures, and more. If you want to relax, there are picnic tables and grills where you can cook up lunch and enjoy your peaceful surroundings. During the winter, the region is a popular area for winter sports such as cross-country skiing.

One of the state parks closest to White Oak Campground is Marsh Creek State Park. This 1,700-acre state park is a favorite spot for a variety of watersports thanks to the 500-acre Marsh Creek Lake. The lake is perfect for boating and fishing, with catches that include black crappie, channel catfish, and largemouth bass. During your time by the lake, keep an eye out for the lake's migratory bird population. Swimming in the lake is not allowed; however, there is a large public swimming pool if you're looking to cool off. Several different environments surround the lake, and 18 miles of trails lead through wetlands, forests, and fields.

If you're looking for a park to visit near Reading, consider stopping at French Creek State Park. Once an industrial complex, this state park is now known for containing one of the largest continuous stretches of forest on the east coast. There are over 7,500 acres of woodlands to explore, and hikers won't run out of trails with 35 miles that lead through lush woods and by several lakes and streams. Hopewell Lake is the largest lake in the park at over 65 acres, which is ideal for small watercraft and anglers, where catches include bass, northern pike, and chain pickerel. You can't swim in Hopewell Lake; however, there is a public swimming pool on-site.

Exploring the City

During your trip with a motorhome rental in eastern Pennsylvania, you'll find many nearby cities worth visiting. One of the best cities in the region is Reading, which features tons of great restaurants and exciting activities. One of the best sights is The Pagoda, a seven-story Japanese-inspired building built on the summit of Mt. Penn. Visitors come from across the state come to experience the spectacular tower view of Reading and the surrounding area. If you want to enjoy a bite to eat while taking in the scenery, The Pagoda also has a cafe where you enjoy a snack and a coffee while overlooking the city.

Wilmington is just across the state line in Delaware. This riverside city is great for families and features a ton of fun attractions, including the Brandywine Zoo. This small zoo features some rare and exotic animals with over 90 different species inhabiting the park, including red pandas, porcupines, and pythons. The zoo is great for young kids, as they also regularly hold fun animal shows, which are both educational and exciting.

Wilmington also has some intriguing museums that are well worth a visit. The Delaware Art Museum has a vast collection of art but is best known for its extensive collection dating to the Pre-Raphaelite period, which includes paintings by famous artist Dante Gabriel Rossetti. As well as some famous paintings, this museum also features a nine-acre sculpture garden, complete with nine permanent sculptures, including a 13-foot-tall bronze statue of a crying giant.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Trout Run Trail, PATrout Run, PA
  • Muddy Run Lakeshore Trail, MDHoltwood Recreation Park, MD
  • Climbers Run Conservancy Area Loop, PAConestoga, PA
  • Martic Township Park Loop, PAConestoga, PA
  • White Tail Deer Trail Loop, PAConestoga, PA
  • Conestoga Trail: Holtwood to Pequea, MDHoltwood Recreation Park, MD
  • Kelly's Run Loop Trail, MDHoltwood Recreation Park, MD
  • Hawk Point Trail, MDSusquehannock State Park, MD
  • Overlook Trail, MDSusquehannock State Park, MD
  • Ferncliff Wildflower & Wildlife Preserve, PAPeach Bottom, PA

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