This is definetly a family camping area. Sites are tight. We have a popup, rented a full hookup site directly across the road from restrooms and store and the grassed site we had was at an angle so gave impression of being "less tight"
Imagine a long journey west in a Conestoga Wagon, transporting corn to be ground at the mill. Your wagon approaches its destination -- 1738 Herr's Grist Mill and the 1844 Covered Bridge (longest in Lancaster County). Mill Bridge Campresort is home to these two registered historic landmarks.
In the early 18th century, Herr's Mill was an important neighborhood center. Not only was it a place to stop between trips, but it was also a place to purchase supplies and exchange news for locals and visitors alike. The Mill and the Village functioned throughout the 1800's and into the turn of the century. 1929 was the last year the Mill operated.
At Mill Bridge Village & Campresort, you will find a wide variety of activities, attractions and shopping nearby. Come see Mill Bridge Camp Resort, alive with the sights and sounds of Pennsylvania Dutch yesteryears.
Talk about having everything around you. If you have a GPS system in your car/truck, you will be able to find supermarkets, video rental stores, loads of Amish/Mennonite Restaurants, Antique(or junk?) stores galore. Lots of back roads so having a GPS is a plus. In this area you have to be careful. Horse drawn carts/wagons have the right of way so you do have to slow down. The Amish/Mennonite lifestyle is much slower, so need to give them the respect they deserve