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Peach Bottom is a town in Lancaster County.

Location[edit]

Peach Bottom is the most southern city in Lancaster County. It is approximatley seven minutes from the Mason Dixon line. Peach Bottom is located about forty minutes from Lancaster city, a hour and a half from Philadelphia, and about an hour and fifteen mintues from Baltimore.

Get in[edit]

To get into the town of Peach Bottom one would have to take a train to the city of Lancaster and then take a taxi(which is very unlikely) or use their personal vehicles. There are two airports located roughly an hour and half away from Peach Bottom, the Philadlephia Airport and Baltimore International.

Get around[edit]

There is no public transportaion facilities in the town of Peach Bottom. The residents of this small town use their personal vehicles to get from place to place. The only form of taxi's around are primarly for the use of the Amish only, they are not the average taxi;they are simply people who volunteer their time to drive them place to place.

See[edit][add listing]

There is really not that much within the town of Peach Bottom to see however; The Robert Fulton Birth Place is located in Wakefield Township which includes the town of Peach Bottom. The Robert Fulton Birth Place is a historical landmark that was the home of Robert Fulton who is credited for building the Clermont, the first steamboat. The Robert Fulton Birth Place recently celebrated it's bicentinal by hosting an agricultural fair.



Lancaster County is know for being the "Home of the Amish". Peach Bottom is ingulfed by farms owned and operated by the Amish families in the community. f you travel apporximatley 40 minutes North East there are many Amish attractions that bring in an abundance of Tourism to the small towns.

Do[edit][add listing]

Peach Bottom isn't exaclty a hip town. There is nothing but farms and grocery stores. Traveling about 30 minutes or more is a normal thing for those who live in Peach Bottom.

Peach Bottom is located 35 minutes south of Lancaster City. The city is currently under construction but has a multitude of oppurtunites for adventure and fun none the less.

Central Market is a main attraction for many visitors. This is where many local farmers bring their goods and produce to be sold in an open air market.

First Friday is a very popular thing within the city. It is when all the art venues and the privatley owned stores open their doors for a community gathering. It is a great chance to socialize and network within the city.

Of course there are the average fall backs of the movies, bowling, and shopping.

Regal Manor and Kendig Square Movies are the closest theaters to Peach Bottom.

Park City Mall was recently renovated and it is the main mall in Lancaster County.


Buy[edit][add listing]

Peach Bottom is known for Amish Crafting. Many quilts and homeade items are bought and sold at local markets.

Eat[edit][add listing]

There are no restaurants located in Peach Bottom. There are a few on the outskirts such as Valley View Family Restaurant, Lapps Family Restaurant, and the Quarryville Family Restaurant. For chain restaurants you would have to travel approximatley 35 to 40 minutes north, south, east, or west.

Sleep[edit][add listing]

Again in the small town of Peach Bottom there are no hotels, motels, or lodges. For a place to stay you would have to travel toward Lancaster City, Route 30, or Maryland.




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