Great destination for vacationers and school trips! Pet-friendly, family-friendly Gettysburg Campground in Eastern Pennsylvania’s most historic region is open April through October. You’ll find a well-stocked camp store and on-site RV repairs here. Most recently mentioned in the Good Sam Blog ’10 Awesome Mid-Atlantic Destinations for October,’ you’ll also find us in the travel plans of many folks just like you.
Here’s what’s happening… Themed weekends, a pool, mini-golf, and a creek to fish in. We are close to all the action of the battlefield and the historic downtown.
Here’s what you’ll see… Gettysburg National Military Park, Lincoln Train Museum, the Gettysburg Heritage Center, Spangler Farm, and the Eisenhower Center. Scare yourself with the Ghosts of Gettysburg Tour and visit the many Adams County wineries.
No end of things to do… Visit nearby Civil War battlefields, museums, and exhibits. Great gift shops and restaurants are only a few miles way. Feel like adventuring a little further out? Tickets available for bus tours to Gettysburg and Washington, DC.
Perfect camping weather prevails in Eastern Pennsylvania, with temperatures in the mid 60?s in April up to the low 80?s in mid-summer.
We’re easy to find, too. From the Junction of US 30 & Bus US 15 S (Lincoln Square in Gettysburg), go 1 block South on Bus US 15, then 3 mi West on Hwy 116/Middle St.
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