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Old 03-20-2016, 04:11 AM   #1
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Gettysburg/Battleground KOA

Just booked a quick weekend trip there this May. Excited to be going back to Gettysburg. I think the last time we went was 3 years ago, so it was time to go back. The KOA here has cable tv for $2 a day . Now that's roughing it! Last time we were here we stayed at the Marriott, but now that we have a Jayco we will be living large in our TT and for about 1/3 the cost to boot.

Last time we had a great dinner at Sweeney's Tavern in the Farnsworth Inn, so will either go back there or maybe go to Garyowen Irish Pub. Also did a ghost tour which was fun and informative, but not that scary. We're not making too much in the way of plans since it's just going to be a full day Saturday and Sunday morning.
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Old 03-20-2016, 06:27 AM   #2
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Great CG. Have been there plenty. Love the museum in town!
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I stayed here last year when I went: Gettysburg Campground :: Camping in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

It was a decent campground. Not sure how much better the KOA is compared to this, but if anybody has been to both I'd love to hear.
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Old 03-25-2016, 07:57 AM   #4
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I stayed here last year when I went: Gettysburg Campground :: Camping in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

It was a decent campground. Not sure how much better the KOA is compared to this, but if anybody has been to both I'd love to hear.

I will let you know how it is. We didn't look at that campground though. It was a tossup between the KOA and the Artillery Ridge Campground - Home. We liked the idea of being around the horses (we own 1 currently), but the KOA won out in the end.
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Just got back home from Gettysburg and man did we have fun! The first outing in the Jayco was awesome. Everything except the Furrion radio worked perfectly.

Here's a couple of pics from the weekend. By the way, the KOA was a great place to camp.



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We have been to Gettysburg several times. We always camped at Drummer Boy. They have a water slide for the kids...and adults. Gettysburg is a great place to stay.
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