What other areas in Lancaster will you find Amish / Mennonite communities, besides the towns along the Old Philadelphia Pike (rt 340)?

Asked by kammhron, Lancaster, PA Wed Mar 5, 2014

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Carol Scillia, Agent, Lancaster, PA
Mon Mar 31, 2014
There are some wonderful areas within Warwick Township that extends into Conestoga Valley School district. Obviously southern county, into Quarryville. Depending on what you desire in community features, schools, can determine the location, but there are plenty of areas that have both the "Amish" flavor while having access to "suburban" activities. Let me know if you have any other questions.
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Thank you for the info. Your time & efforts are appreciated.
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Also, in northern Lancaster County near 322 (Clay Road) area, which has great access to both Lititz and Ephrata.
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John Stoltzf…, Agent, Lancaster, PA
Tue Mar 25, 2014
Strasburg and don't forget to ride the Strasburg Railroad through the farm land while your there!
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Thank you for the reply. And yes, we have taken the train ride! Loved it!
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Julie Saville, Home Buyer, Narvon, PA
Tue Mar 18, 2014
Churchtown, PA - Route 23 (Narvon mailing address)
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Your reply is appreciated. We will visit one day soon. Thank you.
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