Lancaster PA Campgrounds – Camping in Lancaster County

Camping in Lancaster County

Lancaster PA campgrounds give you the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful outdoors here and spend the night under the stars while remaining in close proximity to the many local attractions and points of interest.

You’ll find rustic campgrounds as well as more modern facilities for the full range of camping options, from tent sites and group camping to pull-through sites for RV’s. Some campgrounds also offer cabin rentals. Most campgrounds have modern facilities, hookups, and recreation activities.

Opening and closing dates will vary from campground to campground. During the busier Summer and Fall months it would be wise to call ahead or check their websites to see about reservations.

Check our listings below to find the right campground for you and your family or group.

Find Your Lancaster Campground Here:

Mill Bridge Village Camp Resort

101 South Ronks Road, Ronks, PA 17572, 717-687-8181

Quiet country location near neighboring Amish farms, yet only ¼ mile off Route 30 and within miles of all Lancaster's major entertainment, attractions, museums, restaurants, and outlets. Mill Bridge Campresort includes two registered historic landmarks: the 1738 Herr's Grist Mill and the 1844 Covered Bridge (the longest in Lancaster County). Visit website

Old Mill Stream Campground

2249 Lincoln Hwy. East (U.S. Route 30), Lancaster, PA 17602, 717-299-2314

Perfectly peaceful! Old Mill Stream Campground is nestled along a quiet stream on 15 shaded acres in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Open year round, the Campground is conveniently located just off Route 30 and features over 160 Private Camping Sites (from primitive to full hook-ups). Visit website

Spring Gulch Resort & Campground

475 Lynch Road, New Holland, PA 17557, 800-255-5744

This Complete camping resort has 450 sites on 115 acres. Rated 5W’s by Woodall’s and a Top 10 RV Park by USA Weekend magazine. Amenities include day spa, two heated pools, lake with sandy beach, game room, mini golf, trout stocked lake, and much more. Rental homes also available. Visit website

Tucquan Park Family Campground

917 River Rd., Holtwood, PA 17532 717-284-2156

Camp in the beautiful rolling hills of Southern Lancaster County. We offer sites for the campers who want to be next to nature and sleep under the stars, but want all the comforts of home. Facilities include fishing, swimming, hiking, biking, paddleboats, game room, playground, camp store, laundry and more. Visit website

Beacon Hill Camping

128 Beacon Hill Dr. (off Route 772), Ronks (Intercourse), PA 17572, 717-768-8775

Quiet Adult camping with the best location nestled among the Amish farms in the Village of Intercourse. Walk to Intercourse and over 100 shops! Free Wi-Fi at your site. Fenced pet exercise area. All sites full hook-ups. Woodall's 4 W's. Spectacular views. Visit website

Country Acres Family Campground

20 Leven Road (just off Route 30), Gordonville, PA 17529, 866-675-4745

Nestled among Amish farmlands, yet 3 miles from outlets and attractions. Big rig, RV, pop-up and tent sites, cabins and primitive tenting. New pool, clean restrooms, laundry, cable TV and free Wi-Fi. Full hook-up and 50 amp power available. Pet-friendly. Complimentary, 2-hour Amish farmland tour. Good Sam and AAA discounts. Visit website

Country Haven Campground

354 Springville Road, New Holland, PA 17557, 717-354-7926

"The Quiet One" in the heart of Lancaster County overlooking 5 miles of Amish farmland. All sites have full hookups either on a terraced hill, a pull through or a wooded site. Free cable TV. Big rigs are welcome. We are located on 897 between routes 322 & 340. Visit website

Comments

  1. Ruth Withers says:

    Mill Bridge Village Campground are prejudice to pitbull dogs and pitbull mix’s. They allow all other dogs just NOT pitbulls.

    • Ruth, we talked to the owner at Mill Bridge Village Camp Resort. He explained that for the safety of their customers, children, and their customers’ dogs, they do not allow fighting breed dogs That seems to be a reasonable policy to us. I wouldn’t call that prejudice.

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