AAA Buggy Rides In Lancaster PA:
Ride with the Pennsylvania Dutch
Looking to travel the countryside and experience America outside
of an urban setting? Then take a trip to one of the oldest areas
in the country where the Amish heritage is alive and well. Take
your time and look around and don't forget to see some sights on
one of the many AAA
buggy rides in Lancaster PA.
You may feel like time stands still here, and after
living life in the fast lane of the city visiting Lancaster County
can be a welcome relief. The Amish having been living this way for
centuries and their traditions are carried on to this day.
This is Pennsylvania's most heavily traveled area
by tourists and curiosity seekers alike. The main reasons for this
are the Amish or Pennsylvania Dutch that inhabit the area. Once
arriving in the Lancaster County area you'll want to visit Kettle
Kitchen Village. It's a quaint village where there are staged reenactments
for visitors and where you'll find the region's antiques and arts
and crafts on display.
There are also, campgrounds, bed and breakfasts,
hotels, motels, resorts and inns that you can stay and dine in.
One highly recommended activity you will not want to over look on
your visit is a horse and carriage ride. These leisurely drives
offer tourists either a 4 or a 5 mile carriage ride through the
scenic Pennsylvania countryside.
The 4 mile ride lasts about 35 minutes and the
5 mile ride last close to an hour. The buggy itself has a covered
roof; however, they do not run in inclement weather. No reservation
needed though! Horse and buggy are the most common form of transportation
in this part of the county.
buggy rides in Lancaster PA are all part of the relaxed environment,
which is indicative of the laid back attitude and slow paced lifestyle
of the Amish. These excursions are offered by a family owned and
operated company. There are other sites to see such as a real working
Amish farm, a local theater, amusement park, the Pennsylvania Rail
Road and many more.