Pull off the crowded interstate to a place where horse-drawn buggies roll down country roads. In Amish Country in Pennsylvania, centuries-old traditions abide with modern conveniences in a rustic setting. Visitors can take their time savoring shoofly pie or shopping for handcrafted goods while staying at Flory’s Cottages & Camping in Ronks, Pennsylvania.
Located in the heart of Amish Country, Flory’s Cottages & Camping accommodates visitors with a wide range of amenities right next door to vibrant Amish communities. Big rig sites along with 50-amp power ensure that RVers have the power and room needed for a comfortable stay. Non-RVers can stay at the park model, cabin/cottage rentals and lodge-room rentals.
Conveniences in the park include laundry, groceries, onsite RV services, and restrooms and showers. Let the family burn off excess energy at the rec hall, game room and playground. A pavilion serves as a gathering place for groups. Guest services will connect visitors with vital resources for exploring.
Amish Country Living Near Flory’s Cottages & Camping
You don’t have to go far to enjoy a true Amish experience. In Ronks, the Amish Village offers an authentic look at today’s Amish lifestyle. Located on 12 scenic acres of land, the Amish Village lets visitors explore a genuine Amish property and experience Amish culture up close. The village offers three value-driven Amish tour experiences, including the Amish Farmhouse and Village Tour, Backroads Bus Tour, and the most value for your dollar, the Premium Package Tour.
Eager to see how the Amish get around? In nearby Bird in Hand, Aaron and Jessica’s Buggy Rides give visitors a chance to experience a real Amish farm. Enjoy homemade cookies or pretzels, then wash it down with their own lemonade or root beer. Pass a real Amish Village and ride through an all-Amish area. Tours show visitors real Amish life. You can even request custom Amish town rides. Or go on a private carriage rides to meet your pocketbook.
Just eight miles to the west, the town of Lancaster introduces visitors to buildings erected in the 1700s. Take the Lancaster Walking Tour and stop by the Saint James Episcopal Church, built in 1744 and adorned with stained-glass works of art, intricate paintings and colorful tiles. In the downtown area, stroll through Lancaster’s Central Market, with more than 60 vendors, many of whom are Amish. Purchase a handmade quilt or a sweet delicacy that will tantalize your tastebuds.
Throughout the region, stores sell handcrafted Amish goods renowned for their quality and workmanship. Discover everything from Amish quilts to Amish dolls.
Deepen your understanding of religion at the Sight & Sound Theatre in Lancaster. Here, stories from the bible come to life with dynamic performances. Learn about Jonah and the Whale and King David with spectacular performances and sets.
Other area attractions include the Strasburg Railroad, Dutch Wonderland, Hershey Park and Gettysburg.
If you prefer adventure closer to Flory’s Cottages & Camping, check out fishing, hiking and kayaking within 10 miles of the park.