Manufactured Home Community Living in Lancaster, PA
Located in the picturesque Pennsylvania Dutch Country, Lancaster is a wonderful place to come home to, blending rich history with modern appeal. Known for its charming architecture, vibrant arts, and farmlands, Lancaster offers a respite from the hustle and bustle of big city life. Explore the Amish country just minutes away from downtown, or go shopping at the Lancaster Central Market, America's oldest continuously operating market. With picturesque landscapes, diverse dining, and cultural attractions, Lancaster provides residents with a rich living experience.
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Located in the "Red Rose City" of Lancaster, Pheasant Ridge offers families a picturesque residential community nestled in one of the nation's most popular destinations: historic Pennsylvania Dutch Country. As a valued member of our family of residents, take advantage of our exclusive on-site amenities and community features.View Community about Pheasant Ridge
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Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the best things to do in Lancaster?
Lancaster’s wealth of culture and community will keep you out and about. Don’t miss:
- Historic Rock Ford
- Long's Park
- Lancaster Central Market
- Lancaster Museum of Art
- Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania
- Dutch Wonderland
- Biblical Tabernacle Experience
- Buchanan Park
- Park City Center
- National Toy Train Museum
- The Shoppes at Belmont
- Hands-on House, Children’s Museum of Lancaster
- Place Marie
- Red Rose Commons
- What are the best places to eat in Lancaster, PA?
A culinary haven, Lancaster has plenty of Pennsylvania Dutch and eclectic foodie experiences. Don't miss Belvedere Inn Restaurant and Bar, Citronnelle, the Log Cabin, 1899 Olde Mill Restaurant, Agape Cafe, or Casey Jones' Restaurant.
- What is Lancaster best known for?
Lancaster is best known as the home of the Amish, a religious group that harkens back to a simpler time. Hearty Amish cooking, traditional silversmithing, soap-making, and candle-making are popular with tourists.
- How is the weather in Lancaster?
Warm, humid summers, snowy winters, and gorgeous fall foliage help define Lancaster’s natural beauty. Temperatures seldom drop below 9°F or reach above 93°F. Warm-weather tourism peaks between mid-June to late September.
- Does Lancaster have public transportation?
Lancaster is a pedestrian-friendly city with an excellent public transit system including buses, trains, a trolley loop, and a thriving bike share program. Uber and Lyft are also available throughout.