We experience beautiful seasons in Lancaster County and there is endless beauty around Homestead Village in April and May.
|Homestead Staff running in Dorwart Park
and the Lancaster County Conservancy
A short trip in any direction opens up a host of scenic opportunities.
To the north is Noel Dorwart Park (Mr. Dorwart was a beloved member of the Homestead Village community) and the Lancaster County Conservancy. Together they form a delightful place to hike, run, walk your dog or just enjoy nature. Our employee Couch to 5K participants have spent hours running the trails in these parks and it is a favorite destination! To our east is Conestoga House and gardens, the beautiful homes along Marietta Avenue, Franklin & Marshall College, Buchanan Park, the North Museum and all of historic downtown Lancaster. There are an endless number of places to explore, hike and visit.
|Franklin and Marshall College|
|Conestoga House and Gardens|
|Historic Lime Spring Farm|
Directly to our west is historic Lime Spring Farm and its beautiful buildings, currently being re purposed as a small village hub with recreation facilities, restaurants, walking paths and a Bed and Breakfast.
Finally directly south is our own
Rader Park, a ministry of Church of the Apostles, Rader Park has picnic areas, walking trails, a stocked pond, a scenic creek, organic gardens, and many recreational and educational activities,
Homestead Village is truly located in the center of a very active and vibrant area to live, work and play.