South (Willow Street, Quarryville, Pequea)

This area is hidden from the more popular spots in the County but is a place to visit in it’s own right.  Quiet and unassuming this area is known for it’s hiking, fishing and hunting, 18th and 19th century farms still operating.  This area is also the epicenter for the large retirement community lifestyle in the County.

Hiking and wild flower trails

Susquehannock State Park

Four properties along the scenic Lower Susquehanna River comprise the Susquehannock State Park Complex. The 224-acre Susquehannock State Park is …

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Hiking and biking trails Enola Low Grade

Enola Low Grade Trail

Running east-west through southeastern Pennsylvania, the Enola Low Grade Trail is remarkably flat, even for a rail-trail—it says so right …

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Oldest house museum 1719 Hans Herr

1719 Museum

Visit the 1719 Museum — Discover the histories of early Mennonite immigrants, Indigenous people, and how their lives were interconnected.

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Wine tasting and events Britain Hill

Britain Hill Vineyard

Amidst the scenic farmland of Lancaster County, enjoy the views at Britain Hill as it truly captures the beautiful simplicity …

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Apple Bin Inn in Willow Street, PA During Winter

Apple Bin Inn Bed and Breakfast

Our 1860s bed and breakfast is conveniently located just 4 miles south of downtown Lancaster City and 15-20 minutes to most …

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Pheasant Run Farm Bed and Breakfast Lancaster PA

Pheasant Run Farm Bed and Breakfast

Relax in the great room with its exposed hand-hewn beams, original stone walls and wooden ladder leading to what used …

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