When I was camping in Doylestown a few years ago, I woke up in the wooded lot on route 313, walked up the path and saw a huge castle with a bridge in front of me, an unusual sight. This was around 2002. You wonder the meaning of these things so I paid $7.00 for a tour. I find the structure of Fonthill interesting and would wonder it's meaning. I lived in Chalfont, so I wondered if it is named after the font part of Chalfont. It is on Route 313 which is the counterpart to route 309 so I wonder if it is 'Nazareth Pike' instead instead of Swamp Road. Maybe Swamp Road should use what 309/Bethlehem Pike did to make itself more apparent. It reminds me of Scotland. I had a storage room around 2002 on Old Easton Highway and spent a lot of time around Fonthill and grew somewhat attached to it. I see they permit camping there by permit. I never saw another camplot offered except that one while there. Cross Keys must have been meant to be an unusual and different type of place though it became overwhelmed. When I left the area, I left from there. Someone should know or research why they put buildings like that there-given 309 connected King of Prussia with the Liberty Bell. Maybe they would understand happenings moreso. If I saw the liberty bell with 309, Philadelphia and Bethlehem/Nazareth creating Pikes to carry it all in Doylestown, I would start printing different news articles.
Pros: Unusual even for Doylestown-every innate citizen should look at it.
Cons: police still don't care it's a camplot.