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Old 06-27-2007, 01:59 PM   #1
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PA, Lancaster area - Country Acres

Campground Information:
Campground Name: Country Acres
Campground Address: Gordonville, PA
Campground Phone #: 1-866-675-4745
Campground Web Site:
http://www.bird-in-hand.com/index.ph...es_campground/

Campground Stay Information:
Date of Stay: 3 x 2006
Length of Stay: 2 nights each
Site # / Hook-Ups: E/W/S
Site Amenities:Picnic Table; Gravel/Grass; Cable
Rate / night: $34
Extra Charges / night : yes
First Visit or Return Visit: return
Your Rating (1 Low 5 High): 4

Campground Facilities Information:
Hook-Ups: E/W/S
Credit Cards Accepted: yes
Discounts Accepted : ?
Interior Roads : good
Level Sites : yes
Wide Open Sites : some
Restroom Cleanliness (1 low 3 high): 3
Store (rating: 1 low 3 high): 2
Game Room: yes
Pool : small

Campground Impressions:
Kid Friendly: yes
People Friendly: yes
WiFi Friendly: no
Pet Friendly : yes


Personal Comments:
This campground is right off of noisy Rt. 30 so you won't want to sleep with your windows open or the truck traffic will wake you up in the morning. It's pleasant here in certain areas of the campground, and not in others. The sites that back up to the junk yard are small and close together. The biggest shadiest sites are the E/W only sites up on the hill. We like the 2 sites next to the cabins. You're above everyone else and have a big shade tree without being in the woods. The 50 amp sites are in a field with no shade at all. This is a good campground to see the touristy Lancaster area. The facilities are clean - expecially the laundry and bath houses right next to the 50 amp sites since no one uses them. You are surrounded by busy roads here so don't expect to hop on a bicycle or put on running shoes and leave from the campground. But if you want to jump in the car and head out to the outlets, or American Music Theater, or some other Lancaster tourist attraction this is a great spot. There's a wonderful restaurant 1/4 mile up the road - Revere Inn. Kind of dressy and requires reservations, but good food and atmosphere.
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Old 04-01-2008, 03:19 PM   #2
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I was in the area today so stopped by Country Acres for a new brochure. The junk yard has been removed, so that eyesore is gone. However, that junk yard was a buffer between Rt. 30 and the campgroud. and now there's a dirt field between that row of campsites and 30. Not sure that it's an improvement. I'd still chose another section of the campground.
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We are camped in the far reaches of the 50 amp sites at Country Acres. One of their improvements is free WiFi and it works great even this far away from the office. Rate was pricey at $42/night after their AAA or GoodSam discount (including tax), but that's not unusual for the Lancaster area. This area of the park is nice and the sites are decently spaced. The junkyard is being replaced by a utility trailer factory which should be a nice noise blocker, and since it's owned by an Amish man it's sure to be neat and tidy The sites that back up to that area are really short right now, but the campground bought enough land behind those sites to extend them, and will be doing so in the future. Also, they have erected a nice tall privacy fence behind those sites.
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