PA Dutch Country RV Camping is an RV campground in Pennsylvania offering memorable vacations for individuals, couples, groups and families. Located in the heart of Lancaster County, PA Dutch Country provides great RV camping with access to the sights and sounds of Amish Country. Sightseeing in rural Pennsylvania will give you the opportunity to experience the traditional Amish lifestyle, including beautiful handcrafts, woodworking, quilts and pottery. While you're on this journey, be sure to eat at one of the local restaurants that specialize in hearty homestyle cooking.
As an authentic RV campground in Pennsylvania , PA Dutch Country RV Camping offers wooded campsites with convenient three point hook-ups and other amenities to make your visit comfortable and convenient. Wooded RV Campground in Pennsylvania Whether you're planning a retreat for the whole family, a group of friends or a getaway for two, there's no shortage of unique activities to explore at PA Dutch Country RV Resort. Plan activities upon arrival or visit this page before your departure to plan ahead. Looking for more? Our friendly staff can fill you in on all of the great ways to make your stay a memorable experience.
We were in two different sites: the first was a two point site (water and electric) the road was dirt it seemed separate from the main drag of the campground, sites were wide but not very deep.
We then switched over to a full hookup site in the wooded area. Depending on your rig size you’re only available certain sites. They won’t give you a 50 amp site unless your 50 amp or 40’, they save them for larger campers.
The bathrooms were heated, and okay. I didn’t care for the shower curtain system it seems less private.
Laundry is quaint and coin operated.
Playground was open and great for the kids, so was mini golf.
We only went once, and not much was open. Nice cute country store on site. Ground was not level where we were. I hear now they assign sites. When we went it was first come first serve. Nice people and the campground was quiet and pretty scenery
My son got poison sumac behind our site, and the nearby shooting range is incredibly loud.
It is a nice campground with fun amenities, but we won't visit again.
Sites are very close together. Fire rings are very close to campers. Water was rusty in our row came out brown at first then was tan after running through our filter for the entire stay. The site on either side was the same rusty. Unlevel is an understatement we were in E row and every camper there had front end 4 foot off the ground. Many other sites were the same. The walk to pool and all other amenities was not pleasant due to hills. There are alot of full time campers that had a problem with how close we were to their property. Made it a point to call out where there space started and ended. Trying to find a staff member to rent mini golf was almost impossible. There is a number to call that has you select numbers that take you in a loop to endless recordings.
This is my 3rd stay with a Thousand Trails campground and haven't been too impressed and wasn't expecting too much when we drove in. I was pleasantly surprised when we did. The campground is huge but you're not stacked on top of your neighbor like the others. They have 4 different sections to stay in, we were in D. We were also able to pick which site we wanted. We chose a pull thru for its ease and the extra space it had being on the end. Campground loses a start because the sites are pretty uneven. Not just the one we're on but others as well. The campground is pretty hilly and they don't seem to want to level out the sites. We had to go out and get more blocks and we're still not very level front to back. We also had to come in on an angle to make the slope less drastic.
The Campground itself has tons of amenities from a pool, kids and adult lounges, basketball court, mini golf, ice cream in the store, a store and hiking trails.
Another plus is its only about a half hour from Hershey Park, Harrisburg and other areas in PA. Friendly staff, pet-friendly and there is an RV sales place just outside the campground if you need anything or want to upgrade/downgrade your camper.
This campground will put your mind at ease and let you uncover the lost culture of this unique community. I remember going to the market and learning about culture that I was not necessarily familiar with before. This campground has clean facilities and gives people the chance to camp, relax and enjoy their surroundings.
Not much for amenities, but I loved the surrounding dutch/Amish towns! It was pretty cool to seemingly step back in time.