Perfecting a cannonball in the pool. Catching your first fish with a bobber, a line, and a can of Niblets. A game of cards around a picnic table. The hiss of a Coleman lantern. The perfect campfire s’more. The zip of a sleeping bag. Waking up to the wind whistling through the tall oaks.
There aren’t many getaways that can create as many long-lasting memories as time spent camping. Hidden Acres Campground is family camping at its best.
Nestled in the woods at the doorstep of Pennsylvania Dutch country in Coatesville, PA, Hidden Acres is the perfect place to leave it all behind for a night, a weekend, a week, or a whole summer season.
The campground began as a family vacation spot for Clement Baldwin and his family. His son Alfred Baldwin and his wife Hilda have now been running the campground since opening to the public in 1962. For 54 years, the family has welcomed visitors to its home-away-from-home from all 50 states and countries ranging from Switzerland to Japan. Today, the extended Baldwin family invites your family to come and start creating brand new memories.