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Welcome to Tentrr Camping in Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley

In the gentle hills of eastern Pennsylvania, Lehigh Valley is the home of dozens of quaint and interesting towns, parks, riversides, and hiking trails. Campers in the Lehigh Valley will find themselves overwhelmed with things to do as this charming area is home to some truly amazing arts, dining, history, and seasonal events.

One of the best ways to see the Lehigh Valley is by camping in it (or glamping in it). Get out in the great outdoors and smell the pines and smoke of the campfire, enjoy a night listing to chirping crickets and be awakened to songbirds.

But during the day, there’s no end of places for campers to visit, with things to do, and events to make your trip memorable. In the heart of colonial America, you’ll find historic sites dating back to the beginning of the 1700s. One example is in Bethlehem, PA: the 1741 Gemeinhaus, which is believed to be the largest 18th-century log structure that has been in continuous use since the time it was built. Once home to Moravian settlers, it is now a museum.

If you’re in the mood for a little historical romance, take the Covered Bridge Tour, seeing seven of the more than 200 covered bridges in the Lehigh Valley. You can take a guided tour or bring a map and drive the 50-mile route yourself.

And campers flock to the Lehigh Valley in the summer to attend the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, which runs from June to August. With performances indoors and outdoors, you’ll find plays both Shakespearean and modern.

And the Lehigh Valley is teeming with outdoor activities from the very civilized golf courses, to the rough and densely-forested hiking trails. There are horseback riding lessons or river rafting tours.

You’ll get everything you bargained for and more when you camp in the Lehigh Valley. There will never be enough time to see it all.

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