Gettysburg / Battlefield Koa

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

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Let the Gettysburg/Battlefield KOA be your host as you learn about one of the nation's most important Civil War battlefields. From this KOA, bus tours depart daily for Gettysburg Battlefield (June - August) and on Tues./Wed. for Washington, D.C. (June - October). You can also explore on your own with a self-guided CD tour, visiting such hallowed sites as Little Round Top, Devil's Den and Pickett's Charge. After a busy day, relax at this quiet wooded campground. Enjoy the heated pool, nature trail, gem mine, fun-bike rentals, shuffleboard, horseshoes, Jump Pad, life-size games and mini golf. Your pet will enjoy Kamp K9! Pancake breakfasts are offered on Saturday and Sunday mornings. Gettysburg is centrally located to Hershey; Amish Country; Washington, D.C.; Antietam; and Baltimore. Pool: May 12 - September 4. Max pull thru: 85 feet. Your hosts: the Bergeron family.


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