Little ol’ Lancaster County is topping yet another impressive list: it ranked at number 32 on U.S. News’ list of Best Places to Live in the United States.
Lancaster earned an overall score of 6.8 in the U.S. News’ analysis of 125 cities from across the country. The report noted that, “Lancaster, Pennsylvania, offers a balance between natural and commercial spaces that residents appreciate . . . from close-knit church communities to the indie coffee shop scene, Lancaster holds something for everyone.”
The county, widely known for its large Amish population, has been making quite a name for itself in recent years, with big name publications like The New York Post calling it, “the new Brooklyn,” a fine dining scene that has the likes of The New York Times gushing, of course, beautiful scenery and amazing local produce and baked goods.
While you’re considering a move to Lancaster, Pennsylvania, why not stop by and visit the beautiful campus of Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School? We’d love to see you.