If there is something that a lot of people know about me is that I am not outdoorsy.
Actually, that might be putting it lightly. I hate bugs. I am terrified of snakes and I think bears are lurking around every corner just waiting to eat me like a tasty cake.
In actually, in my deep down, I know that these things are very least likely to be a threat to me, so I am trying my best to step out of my comfort zone again and try to go my version of camping.
We recently booked a stay for a weekend at a local campground next month. We booked a cabin with a bathroom because I am still not that adventurous when it comes to camping.
Last fall we had our first foray into camping when we stayed in a cabin at Old Mill Stream Campground in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Located right next to an adorable family amusement park, Dutch Wonderland, Old Mill Stream is a smaller campground but is big on charm.
The cabins are really clean and spacious and were a perfect option for our very excited toddler.
There was a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and dining area with a futon and lots of space.
Outside each cabin had a grill, fire ring and picnic table.
My only complaint, which is really minor, was that there wasn’t a TV in the bedroom. For a person that needs to have the TV on to sleep it was a little of an inconvenience. We were able to hook up our tablets and stream Netflix overnight, so it ended up working out alright.
However, the scenery couldn’t be beat with a sweet little creek running behind the campground, to pie deliveries by the Amish, to receiving a discount at the neighboring amusement park.
In addition to the cabins there are RV hook ups, tent camping sites and you can even spend the night in a tepee.
I would highly recommend this campsite for those both experienced in camping as well novices.
The setting is peaceful and the coziness of the campground makes you remember the simple summer pleasures.
Do you and your family go camping? If so, what do you look for in a campground? Leave your comments below.