We are spending spring break in and around Lancaster, PA. We have some plans in mind (Gettysburg, buggy tours, pretzels and chocolate and markets and a candlelight walking tour) but what would really make our kid happy is a farm stay...a muck-out-the-stalls, frolic with baby goats, pitch some hay kind of place. All we can find is the gather eggs for breakfast/petting zoo kind and while there's nothing wrong with that, we were hoping for a bit more. We've been to East Hill Farm in NH, which is more like what we're looking for--and which lets me know that these types of places do exist.
Any ideas? They would be much appreciated! posted by aimeedee around Lancaster, PA at 5:42 PM - 10 answers
I will be taking a day-trip to Lancaster, PA for business. Anything of note to see or bring back? [more inside]posted by Tanizaki around Lancaster, PA at 9:23 AM - 21 answers
I'm looking for places in the US that are like Lancaster, PA in that they: 1.) have a low cost of living; yet 2.) Attract multitudes of affluent tourists looking to buy expensive hand made, "artisanal" things. [more inside]posted by leapingsheep around Lancaster, PA at 9:00 AM - 5 answers