Quality Camping In Historic Bucks County
From the earliest days of the Lenni-Lenape Indians and the first Dutch and Swedish settlers in the early 1600s, Bucks County has been a living reminder of the history and tradition of America.
Nestled in the plush, rolling countryside of this thriving county are quaint villages, picturesque covered bridges, and historic country inns built during the Colonial Period.
Travel the country roads of Bucks County and visit the many art and antique shops… Enjoy a performance at the famed Bucks County Playhouse… Visit the historic Delaware Canal and New Hope, PA, the Artists’ Mecca of the East…
Experience the cultural atmosphere that has made Bucks County the home of many prominent artists and writers such as Pearl S. Buck and James Michener.
Whatever your interests, Quakerwoods and Bucks County will provide an enriching experience in your travels!
Quakerwoods Offers Camping Close to Many Attractions…
5 MINUTES TO…
- 2 excellent golf courses
WITHIN 10 MINUTES TO…
- Outstanding restaurants
- Family diners
- Major fast food outlets
- 4-screen movie theatre
- Steak and hoagie shops
- Quakertown Farmers Market and Flea Market
20-25 MINUTES TO…
- Historic Bethlehem and Musikfest
- Nockamixon Park
- Crystal Cave
- Dorney Park – family amusement park with gigantic wave-maker!
- Lost Caverns
- Crayola Factory
45 MINUTES – 1 HOUR TO…
- Historic Area of Philadelphia
- Valley Forge National Park
- Sesame Place
- Washington’s Crossing
- New Hope, PA and Peddler’s Village in Lahaska, PA
For your convenience and enjoyment, we offer…
Wi-Fi service – Spacious, wooded sites – Full hookups – Camp store – Adult & kiddie swimming pools – Fishing pond – Game room – Miniature golf – Ballfield – Horseshoe pits – Playgrounds – Sand Volleyball court – Basketball court – 2 Shuffleboard courts – Ice and Propane – Coin Laundry – 30 & 50 Amp RV sites – Tent with 15 Amp sites – Theme weekends – Pet friendly
GROUP SPECIALS (8 or more units)
– 20% off in April
– 15% off in May, September and October
(Except for Memorial Day weekend, 4th of July weekend, Labor Day weekend and our Halloween weekend)
Closest campground to Exit 44 of PA Turnpike,
Exit 60 & 60A of I-78