Country escapes and natural surroundings are in store for anyone visiting the Beaver Creek Farms. This Pennsylvania gem is located outside of Strasburg and is within driving distance of several other cities.
The landscape surrounding this area is filled with rolling hills, and guests can embrace the solitude and relaxation of this unique retreat. Fishing, lounging under a tree, or strolling along the country lanes, guests can take in the outdoor ambiance of the Amish farmland of Lancaster County.
Communal visiting and engagement is highly encouraged. Guests can enjoy s’mores at the evening fire while making new friends and connecting with old ones. The nearby pond is a great place to catch some fish in solitude or take the kids out for a day on the water.
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The unique setting makes for an unforgettable vacation experience. The property offers ten cabins, a pavilion gathering place, picnic areas and a fire pit. The land was purchased in 1966 by Harold and Miriam Brubaker and within the year, they had begun to transform the land into a scenic vacation spot. The first cabin appeared in 1967. The unique add-ons to the property encourage a sense of community as people can gather and socialize around the fire in the evenings, or enjoy the shade of the pavilion during the day.
Each cabin is a private escape surrounded by nature, while remaining close enough to get to town if need be. Cabins provide a full kitchen with a refrigerator, coffee maker, pots and pans and a stove for guest convenience. The property is designed with disconnecting in mind, so cabins are purposefully without televisions to assist guests in calming their minds to truly take advantage of the colloquial vacation atmosphere. The pavilion area is the only place providing wifi on the property.
There are six two-bedroom cabins which are ideal accommodations for families and slightly larger groups, with two full beds and a single. Two cabins offer two full beds, and the two remaining offer one bedroom with a full bed. Each cabin contains a kitchen and sitting area with a pull-out couch. Bathrooms contain both a shower and bathtub with linens and towels provided. Cabins do not provide televisions or phones so guests can better enjoy disconnecting from the hustle and bustle of the fast paced world.
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Nestled within the heart of Amish country, there are a variety of activities which allow guests to take a glimpse into a simpler time. Visitors can reserve an authentic Amish buggy ride and chat with the Amish neighbors. Guests are encouraged to enjoy the fresh local fare with access to vegetables and other farm fresh products which can be prepared in their in-cabin kitchens. Beaver Creek Farm Cabins are listed on Farm Vacation Finder and Farm Stay U.S. websites.
A day on the greens takes on a different meaning at Beaver Creek. A disc golf course is located on the property, offering an afternoon of sports, fun and activity. The Mini Disc Golf Federation is an organization which encourages staying active for the many benefits it provides, both physical and psychological. Beaver Creek is proud to own one of the first courses in Lancaster, which features challenging holes to keep everyone's game sharp.
Group Events & Retreats
The on-site pavilion is available for large group events. This is a perfect place for weddings, reunions, or any other simple gatherings. The open property is an excellent choice for any kind of outdoor event, taking guests to a simpler time to enjoy pond activities, hiking, and closing the day with the communal visiting at the fire pit.
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3.Plan Your Visit
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In nearby Strasburg, there is no shortage of activities available. The town is a historical landmark being one of the earliest towns in the United States with a rich and varied history. Many buildings have been preserved making this a perfect stop for history buffs and railroad fans alike. The Strasburg Rail Road is the oldest short line in the country, and the area also features the Choo Choo Barn, a popular model train display, the National Toy Train Museum, and the Red Caboose Motel and Restaurant. There are annual events which train collectors can attend, including the Charter Days, Pennsy Days, Trains and Troops, and Home for the Holidays in the winter season.
The town of Lancaster has a variety of offerings itself, as it is known as one of the premier antique locales in the region. Collectors of all types are encouraged to add antiquing in Lancaster to their to-do list as the area contains thousands of shops which visitors can peruse at their leisure. The Cackleberry Farm Antique Mall is a well-known name in the region and one of many to visit. Others include Renningers Antique Market, or the gift shop of Shady Maple Smorgasbord, while stopping for lunch. There is a reason this area is referred to as the Antiques Capital of the United States.
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2 Little Beaver Road Strasburg, Pennsylvania 17579, Phone: 717-687-7745
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Romantic Getaways in PA: Beaver Creek Farm Cabins in Strasburg
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