A small community in Pennsylvania’s Lancaster County, Gap is an old town with a history dating as far as the 18th century when William Penn visited. There’s even a clock in the town that commemorates Penn’s first coming into the town. Those looking for outdoor activities near Gap can drive a short way north to find a number of game lands and also Locust Lake State Park, a reserve with over six miles of hiking trails and a 52-acre lake. As such, the park is an ideal place to enjoy boating and fishing activities. You might not find much else than history in the town of Gap, so be sure to bring out the hiking boots and experience the green that surrounds it. Start your experience by glamping in one of these locations below.