Gifford Pinchot Campground Review

Gifford Pinchot State Park Campground is located in Lewisberry, PA. We visited for the first time this summer and loved it to much we went back again! The rates are very low (around $30/night) because its a state park campground. There are no full hook up sites, but some sites do have electricity. Unfortunately, noneContinue reading “Gifford Pinchot Campground Review”

Lake in Wood Campground Review

Lake in Wood is a big campground located in Navron, PA. Lake in Wood is a great campground for families, with plenty of activities for the kids. One of the best features of the campground is the pool area. They have a great pool area for toddlers, as well as a pool for the bigContinue reading “Lake in Wood Campground Review”

Campground review- Jellystone Quarryville

Jellystone Quarryville is a small family campground located in Quarryville, PA. Jellystone Quarryville is the true definition of glamping. Loaded with activities and amenities, but also with a heavy price tag. A full days activity schedule, but many things that are an extra charge. The sites at Jellystone are nice, and its a small campgroundContinue reading “Campground review- Jellystone Quarryville”

Lake Raystown Resort Review

Raystown Lake is a large campground located in Entriken, PA. We love visiting different campgrounds, so its really a big deal when we go back to one over and over. Lake Raystown Resort is by far our favorite campground for a weekend trip. Its about a 3 hour drive for us up some mountainous roadsContinue reading “Lake Raystown Resort Review”

Harpers Ferry- Our Favorite Things to Do

Harpers Ferry is one of our favorite areas to visit. Its a beautiful, scenic area and there is something to do that will make everyone happy! Harpers Ferry National Historical Park A great place to start your visit is at the Harpers Ferry National Historical Park. In non-Covid times you can visit the Visitors CenterContinue reading “Harpers Ferry- Our Favorite Things to Do”

Harpers Ferry KOA review

Harpers Ferry KOA is located conveniently less then a mile from the Visitor Center of Harpers Ferry National Historical Park in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. The first year we went in early September, the campground was not full. We went the next year on Value Card Rewards weekend and the campground was full. When theContinue reading “Harpers Ferry KOA review”

Harpers Ferry- Maryland Heights Trail

On an unseasonably cool day in September, we decided to tackle the Maryland Heights Trail in Harpers Ferry National Historic Park. This is a 4.5 mile roundtrip hike from lower town. In non-COVID times you can usually park in the huge parking lot at the visitor center and take the shuttle to lower town whereContinue reading “Harpers Ferry- Maryland Heights Trail”