The campground was close to attractions and shopping. Most of the sites seem to be permanent residents. Many of the others are not level and some full of tree roots. Bathrooms were somewhat clean but haven’t had much maintenance done for a long while. There’s a pool and a playground for the kids. Good cell service. Wi-Fi, not so much.
Our overnight in the campground began a three-day immersion into Lancaster County train stops. Less than ten miles away, we started at the longest continuously running railroad in the United States, the Strasburg Railroad. Chartered in 1832, it is also the oldest public utility in Pennsylvania. Good or bad, we happened to hit a Thomas The Tank Engine day and the crowds of children (both old and young) were out having a great time.
And when the little ones are tired, you can put them to bed in a real caboose at the Red Caboose Motel.