Tour the Battlefield, hike the nature trails, visit wineries, museums, performing horses, and enjoy historic distilleries and dining during your memorable vacation to Gettysburg.
The Battle of Gettysburg was the Civil War’s bloodiest battle and was also the inspiration for President Abraham Lincoln’s immortal “Gettysburg Address.”
Hike the Devils Den rock formations and Little Round Top where monuments of the conflict stand. Explore these sites beginning in the middle of Gettysburg National Military Park.
A performing animal theme park, Land of Little Horses offers a fun, exciting and educational outing for the whole family. See The Mane Event in the arena and enjoy pony and unicorn rides. Gift shop and café too! Open rain or shine.
Wonderful food, wine, hard cider tastings and flights, as well as artisan cheese plates. Come on weekends for live local music, or relax in the sun room or outside in the wine garden.
You may know what happened on battlefield…but do you know what happened to the families and their homes in town? The Shriver House Museum is an award-winning Civil War museum dedicated to the civilian experience during the Battle of Gettysburg. Discover the intriguing story of a homeowner whose abode was commandeered by rebel forces as a sharpshooter’s look-out.
Located in a century-old furniture factory, Mason Dixon offers Gettysburg-made Rum. Vodka, Gin, and Corn Whiskey, as well as a full menu of American comfort food in the dining room or courtyard.
So many to choose from! Walking tours, bus tours, tours by private car. See historic sights, ghosts of the battlefield, Gettysburg, Washington DC, museums and other travelers’ favorites.
This was the first time we visited this campground. We had a great time. It is close to Gettysburg and all their attractions. The campground was clean, well-kept and everyone was friendly. They kept the pool open for one extra week after Labor Day since the weather was still wonderful. They truly take care of their patrons.Britt B. | Google Reviews
The nicest staff and such a cute place! Lots to do on the site and soooo close to the battlefield and other attractions! Super clean too! And very dog friendly! Loved it!Brittany C. | Facebook
Great campground! Riverside sites, numerous activities for all ages. Shuffle board, mini-golf, and a nice swimming pool are just a few of the things that make this a must stay in the Gettysburg area. During your stay you may be visited by ducks, egrets, blue herons or various other wildlife! Make sure to stop by the treat shop and get some ice cream!Tyler C. | Google Reviews
This is one of the nicest campgrounds I’ve ever been to. They are so nice. The campsites are big and clean. I am so impressed with the staff and how well maintained the campground is. We will definitely be back.Peggy S. | Facebook
Clean, wooded camp sites, close to all of the Gettysburg historic sites. They have a pool, volleyball, mini golf, and basketball as well as many planned activities. Would definitely stay again.David C. | Google Reviews
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