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    Lancaster to Fair Hill, MD Drive Time

    I figured lots of the Lancaster guys head south to Fair Hill, and I'm looking at a job in Elkton, so curious on the "real" drive time.

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    Not sure for Lancaster or Fair Hill.

    But Lititz to White Clay is about 90 minutes. So figure maybe a little over an hour depending on where in Lancaster you are.

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    I live in Lampeter and work in Elkton (just south of the FH parking lots). It takes me exactly one hour, using Rt. 896. I sometimes come down 472 or 272 to mix it up and it is still an hour +/- 5 minutes.

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    LampeterBiker,

    Do you happen to work with any local government down there?
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    I do not.

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    Recently got down to White Clay to hike some of the trails.

    Can't wait to get down there again when things dry out. The skills park looks like a lot of fun!
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    It is. You have Fair Hill, White Clay / Middle Run, and Iron Hill all within a 10 mile radius. The folks down there are spoiled. At White Clay / Middle Run, find the Goat trail and the Corkscrew - my 2 favorite sections.

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