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Hersheypark Camping Resort FAQ | How to Camp at Hershey

Hersheypark Camping Resort offers guests an affordable and fun way to explore Hersheypark! Choose your own adventure at Hersheypark Camping Resort – bring a tent, an RV, or stay in one of the beautiful deluxe cabins. Here’s what you need to know about Hersheypark Camping Resort and camping at Hershey.

Thank you, Hersheypark, for inviting me to Hershey’s Sweet Welcome and to tour Hersheypark Camping Resort. All opinions about wanting to be an official s’more tester are my own.

Feel at home with a welcome sign at Hersheypark camping resort.

Hershey Park Camping

You have so many options when choosing the Hersheypark Camping Resort. Choose from regular and pull-through campsites with partial or full hook-ups or stay in a log cabin, which range from basic features to deluxe amenities. Plus in the summer, you’ll have access to two pools and a kiddie pool.

Check out the beautiful campsites at Hershey Park!

I was impressed by the amenities and how homey everything felt. There are basketball courts, volleyball courts, shuffleboard courts, a playground, picnic tables, a campfire pit, and some nights they play a movie on a big outdoor screen, all included with your stay at Hersheypark Camping Resort.

Fun for your little ones at the campsites for Hershey park!

Landis Barn at Hersheypark Camping Resort

The Historic Landis Barn features the Country Store – Sweets and More, where you can pick up camping items and includes a gift shop with awesome apparel featuring my favorite snack.

Get your S'mores on at the gift shop in Hersheypark Camping Resort!

If S’mores were the only food left on a deserted island, I’d survive. So of course I had to purchase a hat to stake my claim as Official S’more Tester.

Find cute s'more apparel in the gift shop at Hersheypark campground.

Landis Barn also houses a Family Fun Center with a mini arcade, laundry facility, and restroom/shower facility. This a great place to disconnect and enjoy family time. If you do need to connect (because I sometimes get twitchy if I don’t), no worries, there’s WiFi!

Have fun in the mini arcade at Hersheypark Camping Resort!

Watch an outdoor movie on the side of Landis Barn at Hershey Park Campground.

Watch movies on the outdoor screen at night!

Hersheypark Campsites

On a budget, but need a getaway? Grab your tent! Here’s what’s included with Hershey Park camping.

Tent Campsites at Hersheypark

  • Full hook-up sites: Electric/Water/Sewer/Cable*
  • Partial hook-up sites: Electric/Water/Cable*
  • Basic tenting sites

*Water is shut off from mid-October to mid-April.

Need a low-cost adventure? Then grab a tent and head to Hersheypark Camping Resort!

RV Campsites at Hersheypark Camping Resort

  • Full hook-up sites: Electric/Water/Sewer/Cable*
  • Partial hook-up sites: Electric/Water/Cable*
  • Pull-through sites

*Water is shut off from mid-October to mid-April.

So you have an RV (you lucky duck!), no problem! Come on over and join the party! I have to admit, I was envious of the RVs. I hear they like to decorate for Halloween and jazz up the place.

Traveling Tip: If you come around Halloween, check out Hersheypark in the Dark.

Come join the RV party at Hersheypark Camping Resort.

Hersheypark Camping Resort Cabins

So, this is my kind of camping or glamping. We toured an empty 2-bedroom deluxe Hersheypark Camping Resort cabin, and this is the place for me and my family. First of all, they sleep 7. Perfect! That’s the exact number in my family.

This is a more affordable option for bigger families than The Hotel Hershey or The Hershey Lodge. Second, hello, kitchen! Third, indoor plumbing including a toilet and shower in your cabin. Yeah, I’m one of those who really digs indoor plumbing. Call me crazy or high-maintenance.

2-bedroom deluxe Hersheypark Camping Resort cabins are perfect for big families on a budget at Hersheypark.

Here are the Hersheypark Camping Resort Cabins amenities:

  • Indoor plumbing, bathroom/shower
  • Electric
  • Heat and Air Conditioning
  • TV with cable and DVD unit
  • Ceiling fan or wall fan
  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave
  • Kitchenette appliances: 2 burner stove top, refrigerator, microwave, toaster, coffee pot (filters not included).
  • Serving items for 7 people: plates, bowls, mugs, plastic cups, forks, spoons, knives, and steak knives. Miscellaneous items: frying pans, sauce pan, manual can opener, measuring spoons/cups, dish drainer, and serving spoons.
  • Dining table with benches/chairs
  • Dresser
  • Porch with picnic table
  • Outside fire ring with grate

What you need to bring: You need to bring your own supply of linens, pillows, blankets, towels, personal items, and kitchen linens, such as dish towels and hot pads. Am I giving a little side-eye for having to bring my own linens? Yes. Mostly because I’m likely to forget, but that’s my issue.

Come take a look inside.

There is a ton of space in the 2-bedroom deluxe cabins at hersheypark campground resort.

One of the bedrooms in the 2-bedroom deluxe cabin.

Stick all the kids in the 2nd bedroom when staying in a 2-bedroom deluxe cabin at hersheypark camping resort. Bunk bed heaven!

2nd bedroom with twin over full bunkbeds.

A toilet and a shower in the deluxe cabins at Hershey Park campground - holla!

A toilet AND a shower!

You also get a full kitchenette in a deluxe cabin at the Hersheypark Camping Resort. Make easy breakfasts in the morning to save money.

I don’t have a picture of the main room with the sofa, television, and desk that connects the kitchen and 1st bedroom, but it adds to the already spacious cabin.

Hersheypark Camping Resort Cabins have a 3-night stay requirement during the summer and holiday weekends and 2-night stay requirement during the rest of the year.

They also have 1-bedroom cabins that sleep 7 that have the same layout minus one bedroom. There is a pull-out sofa bed in the main room.

Why Choose Hersheypark Camping Resort?

If you’re looking for something different when visiting Hershey, PA, then choose the Hersheypark Camping Resort. If you want adventure, if you’re on a budget, if you have a big family, if you love the great outdoors, or if you want fun, then choose Hersheypark Camping Resort.

I’m dying to bring my kids here for Halloween, but reservations book quickly for the holidays.

If camping is not your thing, then check out my review of The Hershey Lodge  and The Hotel Hershey, the other two official Hersheypark Resorts. Hersheypark is one of my kids’ favorite theme parks, but we also have come to visit Hershey without stepping foot in the parks.

Check out my friend Christy’s post on things to do outside of Hersheypark. Whatever you choose to do in Hershey, don’t forget to bring your sweet tooth.

If you're visiting Hersheypark on a budget, try the Hersheypark Camping Resort! You can camp in a tent or an RV or go glamping in a deluxe cabin with indoor plumbing! Perfect for kids and large families on a budget. Have a staycation adventure for those that live close to Hershey, PA. Hershey Park campground is one of the 3 resorts Hershey has to offer on property besides Hershey Lodge and The Hotel Hershey.


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