What precautions should guests take on Camp Road?

When driving on Camp Road, please drive very slowly out of respect for our neighbors. Those guests coming south on Rt. 272 should continue past King Pen/Lloyd Road and turn at the next left onto Pine Grove Road in order to avoid increasing traffic through the horse farm. When leaving Camp Oak Hill, please always exit right out of the driveway.
When walking on Camp Road, you will see beautiful horse farms, nurseries and private homes up and down the gravel road in both directions from the camp. All of our neighbors are very friendly, but we ask you to be respectful and refrain from walking uninvited on their property. A special note about the horse farms. You may stand at the fences and see if the horses come to you, but by all means stay outside the fences and do not do anything that might startle the horses.

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Camp Oak Hill is 50-acre retreat, farm and sanctuary with overnight facilities in Southern Lancaster County, PA. Its "original founding" was in 1948 and "second founding" was in 1988. The Our logo is an updated version of the original 1950's logo.