What To Pack When Staying at the Deluxe Cabins at Hersheypark Camping Resort
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When you want be IN the outdoors but don’t want don’t want to be THAT much in touch with nature the Hersheypark Camping Resort was made for YOU. One and two bedroom deluxe cabins are available to rent for when you want to connect with the outdoorsman in your with out letting go of any of the comforts you need every day.
The deluxe cabins have indoor plumbing, bathroom/shower, electricity, heat and air conditioning, TV with cable and DVD unit as well as a ceiling fan or wall fan. There is also an equipped kitchen if you would like to make meals for yourself and your family.
But not everything is included in the deluxe cabins. You WILL need to bring some things. I want you to be the prepared Boy Scout and pack some necessities before you arrive at the Hersheypark Camping Resort.
Here are my suggestions:
- Blankets/sheets/sleeping bags
- Nightlight (if needed)
- All mattresses have plastic protectors on them.
- 2 Bedroom Deluxe Cabins sleep 7 – 1 double/single bed bunk, 1 single/single bed bunk, 1 queen size bed.
- 1 Bedroom Deluxe Cabins sleep 7 – 1 double/single bed bunk, 1 single/single bed bunk, and 1 sofa bed.
- ADA Accessible – Cabins 25 and 30 are 1 Bedroom Deluxe Cabins with ADA Access. Cabin 30 has year-round plumbing.
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