From areas North, East or West of Lancaster:
Follow Rt. 30 to 896 South. Follow 896 South to traffic light in town of Strasburg. Continue straight thru at traffic light on S. Decatur St. This becomes May Post Office Rd. outside of town. Continue 4 miles, turn left on White Oak Rd. Our campground is 1/4 mile on your left.
From the South:
Follow Rt. 372 East out of Quarryville. Turn left on May Post Office Rd. Turn right on White Oak Rd. Our campground is 1/4 mile on your left
From Wilmington, DE area:
Follow Rt. 41 North to Gap. At Gap, turn onto Rt. 741 West. Follow Rt. 741 West into Strasburg. At traffic light in Strasburg, turn left on S. Decatur St. Continue 4 miles, turn left on White Oak Rd.
The Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania educates the public regarding the Commonwealth’s rich railroad history, discovering the relevance of railroads in building the nation and the role of today’s railroads in our lives. See more than 100 locomotives and railroad cars, and our giant model train display.
The Fireside Tavern offers a cozy, comfortable bar and dining area that features a 16 seat bar, high-top tables and plenty of room for casual diners. The walls are decorated with hand painted wooden signs and prints. Exposed brick and fireplaces add warmth and character. Customers can enjoy their food and drink on the deck overlooking beautiful Lancaster County farmland.
The Village Greens combines the challenge of golf with the natural beauty of lush gardens to create a unique recreation experience for all generations to enjoy together! Two courses cover over 13 acres of beautiful countryside. The courses change as the season progresses: from thousands of yellow daffodils in spring, to a bountiful variety of colorful annuals in mid summer, to the vibrant fall foliage.
Strasburg Rail Road™ is America’s oldest operating railroad with a charter dating back to June 9, 1832. First used for passenger and freight transportation, the short line limped along for more than a century until in 1958, on the verge of abandonment, the railroad was salvaged and given new life as a tourist railroad.
Each year, we welcome more than a million people from around the world who come to experience these amazing stories. With over forty years of bringing the Bible to life on stage, we’ve had quite a journey. We look forward to hosting you and your family as we continue to bring the Bible to life for many more years to come!
At the National Toy Train Museum you can learn all about it! Designed like an old-time train station, the Museum features the latest in exhibits and LED lighting. The massive toy train collection features models from the 1800s to the present. Five operating, interactive train layouts in G, Standard, O, S and HO Gauges. Videos on all aspects of toy trains.
American Music Theatre is the only theatre of its kind in the country that features both touring concerts and Original Shows. This 1,600-seat theatre hosts more than 300 live performances a year, from Broadway tours to rock legends to famous comedians to today’s hottest acts.
Lancaster County is chock full of outlet stores offering great prices on merchandise from top manufacturers and distributors. You’ll find almost 150 outlet stores here to greet you with savings on many major brands. Careful shoppers can save hundreds of dollars on their shopping adventures.
With over 35 rides, attractions and shows Dutch Wonderland is the perfect place for your next family staycation. Cool off in Duke's Lagoon water play area and make discoveries at Exploration Island, where dinosaurs come to life! New for 2017, Merlin’s Mayhem, a magical high-flying coaster, features thrills, twists, and turns during an enchanted journey in search of Merlin’s friend, Mayhem.
Milton S. Hershey opened Hersheypark more then 100 years ago, where his employees could enjoy a pleasant environment for picnicking and boating. Today Hersheypark is the premier historic family amusement and water park with something for everyone. Genuine hospitality, thrilling rides and attractions, water fun and live entertainment are all part of the authentic Hershey experience.
Valley Forge was the site of the 1777-78 winter encampment of the Continental Army. The park commemorates the sacrifices and perseverance of the Revolutionary War generation and honors the ability of citizens to pull together and overcome adversity during extraordinary times!
The Battle of Gettysburg was a turning point in the Civil War, the Union victory that ended General Robert E. Lee's second and most ambitious invasion of the North. Often referred to as the "High Water Mark of the Rebellion", Gettysburg was the Civil War's bloodiest battle and was also the inspiration for President Abraham Lincoln's immortal "Gettysburg Address".
Each weekend throughout the Faire season will showcase an exciting and unique theme that offers a different experience every time. Enjoy themed entertainment, foods, participatory contests and activities in addition to the regularly scheduled events.