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Old 09-13-2013, 05:42 AM   #1
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Recommendation for Campground near New Hope?

We will be traveling up to the finger lakes in a couple of weeks and wanted to spend a couple nights over in the New Hope, PA, Lambertville, NJ area. anyone know of a campground in the area? my searches have only found a couple out of the area about 20 miles
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Old 09-13-2013, 06:11 AM   #2
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You can dry camp at a place called Peddlers Village. Its 15-20 minutes west of New Hope. Its a quaint old time shopping area in the country. They have a large grassy parking area. Also a paved lot for busses with large spaces the grassy area is to the rear. A note of warning do not take your coach into New Hope streets are too narrow, or try to cross the bridge from New Hope to Lambertville it will not fit! From NJ there is a crossing area just north of Lambertville that is good for busses and trucks. Call the local PD for size resrtictions in the area its best to park a few miles out of town and take a car or bike in town. Its a great area.
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As GG1 said, not much in that area. Nearest campgrounds are north on the PA side in Bucks County are Colonial Woods and Ringing Rocks.

But if you headed to the Finger Lakes, keep your rig on the PA side. Only safe bridges to NJ for an RV are the I-95 bridge and the Rt. 202 bridge in that area. Be aware on PA roads as Rt. 32 right along the river is narrow. After visiting New Hope, your best bet to go back to I-95, take that South to Rt. 1 and then hop on the PA Turnpike to the NE Extension.
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