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Roamers' Retreat Campground

5005 Lincoln Hwy, Kinzers, PA 17535-9709
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dean9409 wrote a review Oct 2018
Coatesville, Pennsylvania3 contributions1 helpful vote
We camp at Roamer's at least 2 times a year for the past 6 years. It is right off Rt. 30 outside of Gap Pa. All of the Amish country is accessible from their location. The staff are very friendly, helpful, and easy to deal with. Stores are close by if supplies are needed. Always a restful and quite stay..... Only bummer, it rained our last night...
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Date of stay: October 2018
Amy F wrote a review Jul 2018
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We stayed in one of the cabins for a weekend in June. The cabin itself was absolutely adorable. Everything was very clean, much cleaner than I would expect a cabin to be at a campground. They provided toilet paper, soap, dishes, cups, silverware, even a lighter was there. The shower had hot water and there was a microwave, fridge, and little oven with a stove top. We brought our own linens and pillows. Perfect for kids who want to go camping and parents who don’t lol. Total “glamping” feel in the cabin. The cabin is situated close to other cabins as well as an adorable wooden boat playground. We had a campfire out front both nights and used the grill as well. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The only “issue” I had was booking. It was a little difficult for me to reach them initially to book, and you had to book over the phone which isn’t my preference since I had never been there. Being in Amish country, I kind of expected it so I wasn’t completely put off by it. It all turned out fine obviously, but I would have preferred to book online. The campground is close to an antique train museum, so if you look online in advance you could book your trip for one of the events there. It was super cute and my kids thought the trains were cool. It’s also close to some tourist attractions. We went on a horse and buggy ride through an Amish farm. Lots of shopping nearby as well. I would absolutely go back and recommend to anyone looking for a fun little camping experience.
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Date of stay: June 2018Trip type: Traveled with family
mppd20 wrote a review Jul 2016
Acme, Pennsylvania20 contributions9 helpful votes
We arrived and were met by a very polite lady at the store. She told us that an accident knocked out power and the internet was done and that we could come back and pay our balance once it was restored. I received a map and location of our site and we were on our way. The site # was 95, a pull through. The site was not level, be prepared and bring your items to level your site. Was downhill and low on the passenger side of the camper. The grass is my biggest complaint. The grass was HIGH and needed cut. Lot's of mosquito's at night from rain and tall grass. Amish family came through the campground selling baked goods, neat experience. Aside from the grass problem, the campground was very clean, did not use the bathhouses. Cable, water, and electric all good
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Date of stay: July 2016
Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Bring a push mower, lol.
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ladylion84 wrote a review Jun 2016
Frederick, Maryland14 contributions5 helpful votes
This campground is very quiet and peaceful and perfect if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle. Campground borders an Amish farm and you will get to see the Amish going about their business. Can't say enough about the hosts. They are very accommodating and allowed us to move to another site when the site we had did not meet our needs We will definitely be coming back
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Date of stay: June 2016
Trip type: Traveled with friends
Room Tip: the view from the field is so worth is. Book sites in the 90s for view of the Amish farm
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acts17262016 wrote a review Apr 2016
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania1 contribution3 helpful votes
We have enjoyed staying at Roamers for several years. Last year 2015 was the first time I was dissatisfied. It took several attempts to get someone on the phone to book a site. After I finally got through and booked a site, the women explained that they were on lunch. Several hours later when I arrived before 5pm the store was closed. When the woman got there she explained to me that she was on lunch! The grass was not cut. There were flies everywhere. Only one bathroom was working and dirty. The one stall had no toilet paper so I asked the woman (she must of been done her lunch finally) for toilet paper. The response I got was well can't you use the toilet paper in the other stall? I asked is there were new owners because I never experienced Roamers as being unkempt, and the woman told me no. I just read somewhere on the reviews that new owners did take over. I think the woman lied to me. Another clue was that they are no longer a Good Sam Club member. Now I'm in a dilemma as I always enjoyed staying here, and now have to find another campsite that is next to farm lands. Ok well thanks
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Date of stay: August 2015Trip type: Traveled with family
United StatesPennsylvaniaLancaster CountyKinzers
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Frequently Asked Questions about Roamers' Retreat Campground
Which popular attractions are close to Roamers' Retreat Campground?
Nearby attractions include The Old Country Store (4.2 miles), Lapp Valley Farm (4.9 miles), and Cherry Crest Adventure Farm (4.5 miles).
What are some restaurants close to Roamers' Retreat Campground?
Conveniently located restaurants include Immergut Hand-Rolled Soft Pretzels, Stoltzfus Meats, and Kling House.
Is Roamers' Retreat Campground located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.6 miles away from the center of Kinzers.
Are pets allowed at Roamers' Retreat Campground?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Roamers' Retreat Campground?
Many travelers enjoy visiting The Amish Farm and House (8.3 miles).