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McConnellsburg, Pennsylvania is located:
30 miles northwest of Hagerstown
2 hours from Baltimore/Washington
1 hour west of Gettysburg
20 minutes east of Breezewood
I-70 North toward Hagerstown. Exit at I-81 North toward Harrisburg. Exit at Pennsylvania Exit No. 5, Greencastle. Go West on Route 16 through Greencastle and Mercersburg to Cove Gap. Continue on Route 16 over mountain into McConnellsburg. Follow Route 16 to Route 522 and turn right. Continue 5 miles. Turn left on E. Dutch Corner Road – Follow 1 mile. Turn right onto Country Lane ~ after row of mailboxes
FROM PA. TURNPIKE
Exit at Fort Littleton, Exit 180, and take Route 522 South toward McConnellsburg. Go 3 miles and turn right on E. Dutch Corner Road – Follow 1 mile. Turn right onto Country Lane ~ after row of mailboxes
Exit at Route 522 North toward PA Turnpike. Left on E. Dutch Corner Road – Follow 1 mile. Turn right onto Country Lane.
Take I-70 North toward Breezewood and exit at Route 522/Warfordsburg. Follow Route 522 North to McConnellsburg. Follow Rt. 522 to on
E. Dutch Corner Road – Follow 1 mile. Turn right onto Country Lane.
Washington, DC – Philadelphia – Baltimore – Pittsburgh. Minutes from world-class skiing, golfing and the historic birthplace of President James Buchanan.
All seasons, Crampton Manor provides a serene, relaxing atmosphere in the mountains of Pennsylvania
Fall Foliage is at it's peak the first and second weekends of October
Winter provides snow activities nearby and we are always open with the "old country lane" plowed, "the wood stove burning" and ready to welcome you
Spring awakens us all from the cold winter months and we welcome the geese at the pond and the flowers poking up through the soil and leaves sprouting from the trees of the forest
Summer is warm with forest cool breezes and air conditioning offered, if needed in all of our facilities