Hersheypark Camping Resort: Comfort for Non-Campers
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I’m really not much of a camper. At all. I like the *idea* of it, but when it comes down to it I prefer the comforts of home (or a hotel). If you’re like me and kinda into it but kinda not, Hersheypark Camping Resort is for you. And actually if you are totally into it, it’s for you too. They have campsites with partial and full hook-ups if you camp in an RV, they have sites to pitch a tent, and then for people like me, they have cabins. In total there are over 300 sites, 46 of them are cabins.
I visited for a daytime tour in the spring a couple of years ago, and you can get a better look at the grounds in these photos. This time, I stayed overnight! The Hersheypark Camping Resort is open year round, so just after Thanksgiving my family was hosted in one of their 2-bedroom deluxe cabins. Below I’m sharing the scoop on how Hersheypark Camping Resort is comfort for non-campers…like me!
This beautiful barn, built in 1843, is the check-in and go-to if you need anything while you’re there. In the warmer months, they show movies on a screen on one side of the barn.
Inside the barn is the check-in desk where you’ll get all set up for your camping trip. We grabbed our cabin keys here and then checked out the rest of this barn. Some goodies on either side of that desk!
There’s an awesome store right on site that really comes in handy if you forgot anything. It’s also an awesome places for Hershey souvenirs.
In the morning you can walk on down and grab yourself a hot cup of coffee to enjoy while strolling the grounds. I met the cutest doggie out for a walk the morning we checked out. Everyone on the grounds is so friendly. It really feels like a community.
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