Cabins near Lancaster

Stroll the rolling hills of Amish Country on a Lancaster camping trip.

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7 top cabins sites near Lancaster

Shiloh Valley

11 sites · Lodging, Tents20 acres · Forest Hill, MD
Shiloh Valley is a private 20+ acre farm. Nestled in a valley bordered by West Branch Winters Run with woods and pastures. A very quiet and beautiful peaceful place. It’s not uncommon to see natural wildlife - deer, fox, eagles, Canadian geese, blue/white heron, red-tailed hawks, wild turkeys, fish and so much more. Shiloh Valley is in a country setting, and yet still within miles of some of Harford county’s best restaurants, wineries, creameries, golfing, shopping, nightlife, and the MaPa biking/walking trails. Come relax and enjoy nature at its best!
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Luxury Tents in Chester County

7 sites · Lodging150 acres · Spring City, PA
On 150 acres along the beautiful French Creek lies a special place away from it all. Here, you can enjoy the solitude of the woods yet have the convenience of nearby restaurants, activities, and stores. The property boasts the large and beautiful French Creek, access to canoes or bring-your-own flotation, and gentle walking trails. It's also easy to venture out to countless destinations if desired, which will no doubt satisfy the nature lover, foodie, historian, or outdoor adventure enthusiast. See below! Cool, Quaint, and/or Historic Towns to Visit... o Phoenixville o Pottstown (Revitalization is on!) o Birchrunville  - Butterscotch Pastry  - Birchrunville Store Cafe  - The Cob Studio o St. Peters Village  - St. Peters Bakery  - Excursion Ciders  - Horseshoe Trail - Bouldering along the scenic French Creek o Historic Yellow Springs  - Village History https://www.yellowsprings.org/about/yellow_springs.html  - Art Studio https://www.yellowsprings.org/index.html  - SALT Performing Arts https://www.saltpa.com/ o Kimberton Village  - Kimberton Whole Foods  - Kimberton Inn  - Stonehouse Grill  - Excursion Ciders Some Nearby Restaurants... o Kimberton Inn o Oori Korean o Hares Hill Brewery o Stonehouse Grill o Brandywine Bistro and Distillery o Collective Coffee and Bakery o Ludwig’s Grill and Oyster Bar o The Stables Beer Garden o Bloom Southern Kitchen o Bella Trattoria Our Local and Hyper-Local Markets... o Red Dog Market o Kimberton Whole Foods o Far Away Farm Country Corner Grocery Stores are very close! o Kimberton Whole Foods o Red Dog Market o Ludwig’s Village Market o Giant Grocery Store in Pottstown So Much Hiking and Biking... o Hopewell Big Woods https://frenchandpickering.org/hopewellbigwoods/ o Coventry Woods https://northcoventrytownship.com/parks-recreation-commission/coventry-woods-pr/ o Welkenweir https://welkinweir.org/ o French Creek State Park https://www.dcnr.pa.gov/StateParks/FindAPark/FrenchCreekStatePark/Pages/default.aspx o Warwick County Park https://www.chesco.org/4628/Warwick-Park o Marsh Creek State Park o Schuylkill River Trail https://www.chesco.org/4644/Schuylkill-River-Trail o Natural Lands Trust  - Bryn Coed https://natlands.org/bryn-coed-preserve/  - Crow’s Nest https://natlands.org/crows-nest-preserve/ Ohhh, the Water... (any Van Morrison fans?) o Marsh Creek State Park boat rentals https://www.marshcreeklake.com/ o French Creek State Park https://www.dcnr.pa.gov/StateParks/FindAPark/FrenchCreekStatePark/Pages/default.aspx Historic Sites... o Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site https://www.nps.gov/hofu/index.htm o Warwick Furnace Ruins at the Thomas P. Bentley Nature Preserve o The Mill at Anselma o Springton Manor Farm https://www.chesco.org/4627/Springton-Manor-Farm Art Activities Around Town... o The Cob Studio https://www.thecobstudio.com/ o Historic Yellow Springs Art Studio https://www.yellowsprings.org/index.html o SALT Performing Arts https://www.saltpa.com/ Other Local Activity o Warwick Furnace Farms, an amazing Lavendar Farm, Yoga, Art, and more! https://www.warwickfurnacefarm.com/ o Nature - https://frenchandpickering.org/educational-events/month/2023-05/ o Hot Air Balloon Rides - https://air-ventures.com/ o French Creek Iron Tour June 11, 2023 Equestrian stuff o Sheeder Mill Farm https://smfhorses.com/ o Hope Springs Farm at Marsh Creek https://hopespringshorsefarm.com/index.html o 80th Annual Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show & Country Fair September 2 – 4, 2023
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1797 Farm

2 sites · Lodging70 acres · Chester Springs, PA
Located in the heart of Chester County, few locations offer so many things to see and do. Some of the loveliest creations of man or nature are nearby The cottage is on a 70 acre country estate (circa. 1797). See Longwood Gardins and many other world famous nearby places. Learn more about this land:Chester County was rated as the sixth most desirable County  to raise a family in the United States. Relax, there are no animals that want to eat you nor poisonous creatures to kill you. Bird watcher's heaven where John Audubon was inspired by rolling hills and friendly forests containing walking trails and babbling brooks. Moss, ferns, mushrooms, and a huge variety of tree species make their home here. The weather is temperate and mostly sunny and there are dozens of things to see made by man or nature, all within less than an hours drive. Many stores and locations of interest are within bicycle distance. History & Art abound and world famous Longwood Gardens is nearby. Notable industrialists  like Sun oil  , Ludens, Carnation, Dodge and Safeguard are just a few who made this their home. The farm cottage is surrounded by over 2000 acres containing walking paths and horse trails, and even an Indian chipping ground where flint arrow heads and other Indian implements were made.
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Glamping Cabin 1.5/NYC~1/Philly

1 site · Lodging1 acres · Lower Macungie Township, PA
Learn more about this land:Welcome. Discover a countryside location close to the cities. Enjoy a cozy fully outfitted cabin that sleeps two (2) all four seasons. When booking the main cabin an additional per/person~per/night ($44) Amish cabin for two (2), is available. Hot Water/Outdoor heated private enclosed shower with instant hot water/Electric/Wifi/full indoor kitchen/outdoor sink/port-o-potty/picnic table/outdoor living are with sofa and armchairs. Situated in a peaceful open field with views across to the farm and sheep in the distance. Work/Zoom from Camp Libelula. Privacy from the road with evergreen trees. Maximum 1-2 vehicles. Gated and fully fenced in. Sunsets, wood firepit and/or gas firepit, gas/charcoal grills, above ground pool (seasonal). There are many local wineries to visit. A scenic area to visit whether its by car or bicycle. Grocery shopping to nearby, including Trexlertown, Macungie and Mertztown. Bear Creek Mountain Resort is 1 mile away. Their ski school is highly recommended. New in summer 2021 is the Slip and Slide, 1200 feet~ two hour reservations. Ask John about group sales discounts.
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Mill Creek Falls Retreat LLC

12 sites · Lodging32 acres · Airville, PA
Mill Creek Falls Retreat Center was run as a church camp named Camp Donegal for about 50 years before the previous owners purchased the property in 2018. We purchased it from them in the fall of 2021. The cabins and public spaces to host families, weddings and corporate retreats have been updated and we continue to make improvements.
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YMCA Camp Tockwogh

5 sites · Lodging300 acres · Worton, MD
Founded in 1938, YMCA Camp Tockwogh hosts summer programming for kids and teens, family camps, and off-season group & family rentals.
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Cabin: Hot Tub, Grill, Lake, Trails

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Mount Gretna, PA
Your senses will be overcome with relaxation as you curl up by the crackling wood oven on the plush couch. Cozy up on the sofa and play a movie for the family, or… Indulge your eyes on panoramic views of luscious forest visible everywhere through floor to ceiling windows. Feast your ears on sounds of songbirds or the gentle swooshing of a lake breeze through the leaves. Watch the sun set into shades of orange and pink as you sip a crisp local wine on the wraparound porch. As you drive up to this beautiful home, you'll be greeted with its red façade with steps leading to the cabin. When you make your way up the steps and cross the threshold, you'll instantly find yourself in paradise: a fully stocked modern cabin with every amenity you might need in order to enjoy yourself yet feel at home. "Casa Gretna Treehouse" - as it is lovingly called - is a thoughtfully furnished cabin situated in some of Central Pennsylvania’s best nature... It's fit for up to six guests looking for a modern yet close-to-nature adventure. The relaxed and quiet atmosphere here, coupled with medium-firm plush beds fitted with quality sheets (and darkening blinds in each room), guarantees you'll wake up each morning feeling refreshed. This beautiful Mt Gretna cabin rental features two unique living rooms. After a long day of fun, you can sink into any of the comfortable sofas and chairs they each offer. Anywhere you decide to sit you'll be received by large windows, giving you access to the rich views which make you feel like you're among the trees. And although T.V. is optional when you're in the mountains... there are two high definition Smart television's here for you. When it's time for a hot meal or coffee or tea, you may be able to see deer grazing on grass and shrubbery from the large window in the kitchen. A set of binoculars on the windowsill await your curiosity. Pots, pans, plates, glassware, utensils, blender, toaster, a toaster oven, crockpot, and every common kitchen utensil and tool are available for you. Sippy cups, plastic tableware, and a high chair are available for your little ones. There is a dishwasher and tablets for you to use. As well as dish soap, new sponge, a bottle cleaner, and dish rags if you prefer that. The gas range stove gives you the ability to whip up a meal for six or a beautiful brunch to enjoy on the deck or in the dining space. And there's a drip coffee maker, french press, and tea kettle with plenty of coffee, decaf, and teas (both caffeinated and herbal) for your utmost convenience. When you want to enjoy a meal together, there's a lovely wood dining table for you all to share. The dining table seats four, but foldable dining trays are there to accomodate more. There's also a charcoal grill with utensils for you to enjoy cooking outside. With plenty of outdoor seating at your disposal. The master washroom has two sinks, comfortable toilet with a bidet, large bath tub, and always has a bath tray & bath bombs for you to unplug, take a nice hot bath, and forget about the world. For your convenience, there is a heater right above the tub so you can step out of the shower feeling warm and refreshed. Body soap, shampoo and conditioner, hand soap, Q tips, dental floss picks, extra toothbrushes, 2 hair dryers, extra toilet paper, and clean towels/wash rags are a few of the amenities you can expect to be provided for you. As you waltz your way down to the first floor, you'll notice a cast iron wood oven. Grab some firewood, a Duraflame log, and matches from any local gas station or grocery store, and cozy up next to it for a truly authentic cabin experience. In this section of the cabin, you have a poker table with a real Hard Rock Casino Las Vegas poker set, Scrabble, Uno! Flip, Pictionary, Heads Up!, Bluetooth Karaoke mic, Scattegories, and about 8 other board games. The TV here is fitted with a vintage Nintendo 64 with over 600 games for your enjoyment. There’s also a bar with a cocktail kit, beer pitcher, wine & shot glasses, and a mini fridge to keep your beverages ice cold. And beside the bar are beach chairs, beach mat, floaty, cooler, a beach bag, and speaker to take with you to the lake. Beside the bar is a high efficiency washer and dryer so you can take home clean laundry with you. Detergent is made readily available to you. And there is also a half bathroom with hand soap and plenty of toilet paper here. As well as a space heater, dehumidifier, and clothes drying rack if you choose to use them. Overall, the house is decorated with throw pillows and blankets, lighting fixtures, plants, art work, and books. There are travel guides, cookbooks, history books, and novels everywhere. Titles by Ernest Hemingway, Louisa May Alcott, Neil Gaiman, David Baldacci, Suzanne Collins, William Shakespeare, and more. In the master bedroom there are a number of children books and nighttime stories for the kiddos. And throughout, you'll enjoy fast Wifi at an excellent 800 Mbps - suitable for everyone's devices. Stepping outside, you will have a 3-4 seater hot tub in a screened sun room with plenty of seating around so the whole family can enjoy time together, with ash trays for smokers. The cabin sits on nearly an acre of raw wilderness begging for you - or your furry companion - to explore. We love dogs, and we understand how hard it can be to travel when you have to leave your furry friends at home. There is a sofa cover in the second floor coat closet for your convenience - that way your puppers can sleep or sit with you on the sofa risk free. There are doggie bags, bowls, and paw cleaning rags for you here. Casa Gretna Treehouse - Cabin Rental in Mt Gretna PA Highlights: • Master Bedroom - 12" Spring/foam hybrid - Queen Bed • Guest Bedroom 1 - 12" & 10" Spring - Full Bed w/ Twin Trundle • Guest Bedroom 2 - 12" Spring/foam hybrid - Queen Bed • Common Area - 1st Floor - 8" Spring - Full Sofa Bed • Common Area - 1st Floor Closet - 5" Foam - Twin Cot Bed • Pack & play, soft blankets, high chair, diaper changing station, and sound machine for the littles • Central A/C, feel free to set between 65-71° F • 2 living rooms with HDTV's • 800 Mpbs WiFi (fast) • Patio and wraparound deck • Hot tub • Charcoal grill • Hammock • Full bar • Nintendo 64 with 600+ games • 15 board games • Wood oven • Beach gear • Fully stocked kitchen • Clean linens and towels • Serene, quiet, private, yet lots to do • Walking distance to ice cream shops, playground, theater, pizzeria, cafe, library, festivals, and more • Minutes from a private lake As you can see, at Casa Gretna Treehouse you have everything you need to make a truly unforgettable memory you will treasure forever. You deserve it.
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Cabins near Lancaster guide

Overview

Southeast Pennsylvania is more than Philadelphia, so why not share some brotherly love with Lancaster? Lancaster County offers something for everyone, whether you’re camping with a partner, kids, or friends, although with easy access to amusement parks, Lancaster especially suits family-friendly getaways. The city sits just beyond Hershey, while mere miles separate central Lancaster from the thrills of Dutch Wonderland. Check into an RV park with a swimming pool, find a secluded tent campsite, or book a camp resort—no matter which you choose, you won’t need to leave Pennsylvania Dutch Country for a memorable camping experience.

Where to go

Central Lancaster

PA Dutch Country may be known for its Amish farmlands, but before you explore Lancaster’s picturesque surroundings, spend some time in the city itself. Full of rich history and unique charm, Lancaster is the perfect place to spend a night. Whether you want a family resort with free wifi or an RV site near hiking trails, the Lancaster camping experience offers access to a range of restaurants, galleries, and architecture.

New Holland

Once you’ve had your fill of Lancaster, head east. You’ll quickly understand why Amish Country’s vast hills and frequent farms deserve so much attention. Campsites near New Holland embrace the best of rural Pennsylvania. As you drive to your RV campground with full hookups, keep your eyes peeled for a horse and buggy. Once you arrive, savor a slow evening from your camping resort’s picnic table.

Clarke Lake

The physical land of Lancaster is one of Dutch Country’s main claims to fame—but the region’s waterways equally warrant a visit. Explore the area west of Lancaster, where the Susquehanna River blends into Clarke Lake. Tent camping in the area is always a good idea, but for an even better camping trip? A campsite with easy access to the water, where you can swim, fish, and relax at your own pace.

When to go

East Coast camping thrives in the summertime, when Pennsylvania’s weather comes with maximum sunshine. Yet because Lancaster County is all about the landscape, plan your camping experience for the fall. Amish Country is always breathtaking, but it peaks around October. The colorful season also comes with an abundance of farmer’s markets, so campers can enjoy Pennsylvania’s local produce from a cabin or RV site with a grill.

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