7 Parks near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
May 2016 - $30.00
Just stayed for a very quick overnight while on the way south. Did not see the campground in the day light, but can say the bath house, while dated, was clean and well maintained and the woman I spoke to on the phone was very pleasant. I was also pretty dark and very quiet. Sites seemed close from what I could tell, but campground was not busy. Price reflects Passport America rate. - Cyclonic
Apr 2016 - $30.00
Stayed for 3 nights just as place to sleep while touring Gettysburg. Biggest selling point is proximity to the battlefield and (if you're into it) horse ride tours of parts of battlefield. Store is pretty complete and sites have decent separation, but grounds are not kept as one would hope for a resort that has a base rate of $50. Front desk people seemed a bit flustered when we checked in, but could just have been having a bad day. Even so, their mumbling and complaining didn't set up a great first impression. But as we said, it was a place to stay while we visited the battlefield, and it was very acceptable for that. - Bill and Bev C
Apr 2016 - $58.00
We always stay here for Memorial Day weekend. Its a pretty nice park. There are A LOT of permanent sites though. Over all it isn't the most nicely, neatly manicured park, but it is nice and the pricing is very reasonable! I do like it here! There is a pool, plus the horse stables. Lot spacing is nearby and mostly shady. Site surface is dirt, featuring a fire ring and picnic table. - Stevensmith2859
Apr 2016 - $59.00
We stayed in the back in a level pullthru site. The power was good, but water pressure was a trickle on the day we left. Cable was good. Some foliage between the sites. This campground is right off RT 15, and you can still hear road noise, even in the back section, though not nearly as bad as the front of the campground. It was early in the season, so the restaurant wasnt open yet, and the store did not have alot either. This is a huge campground so bring a bike or golf cart. - mahill526
Apr 2016 - $59.00
We asked for a site way in the back away from the highway. The sites were well spaced. If the leaves were out on the trees, the cover between a lot of sites would be good. Despite being in the back corner, the highway noise is pretty loud, but that didn't take away from our stay. Water and sewer were well placed. Water pressure was 70 psi and the electric stayed steady at 122v. Cable provided 75 channels. Site 314 was perfectly level.
The reason I rated the park as an 8 was the value. We paid $59 + 10% tax each night for a "premium site". Our fire ring was a rusted out, moveable 18-wheeler rim, while other sites had nice fire pits with a BBQ grill on top. We would stay again but may be more apt to just get a non-premium site. - teamfour
Feb 2016 - $58.00
Great park for family fun and activities. Staff are great, park is clean and love the layout. Kids can be loud early, so rise and shine. - R Fox
Apr 2016 - $61.00
We have stayed a few times in this campground.As always it is clean, and service was great.Staff was very nice. we stayed on site 53, which is a gravel pull thru.Site was level and required no extra boards. Power and water pressure was great. WIFI is a hot spot, and we had no trouble staying connected to it. Cable, which is extra $, had several channels. This is early in the season so camground was not full.There are not alot of activities for kids, as you may see in other KOAs. The biggest problem remains the lack of many spaces for a larger rv. This campground can be tight getting in and out of, and getting around the campground itself. - mahill526
Oct 2015 - $75.00
This was our fifth year here for Halloween, and I can't say enough good things about this campground. This year our group expanded to six families (14 kids under 11 and 12 adults), with two RV'ers and the rest in tents. The staff made sure we were booked in the same loop and adjacent to each other. This campground has a whole weekend of activities planned for Halloween, most of which are geared for younger kids. No worrying about too much downtime here. Everyone decorates and the costume trick-or-treat parade happens right after dark. For safety they close off the camp entrance to all traffic, and forbid driving inside the campground which I appreciate. After trick-or-treat there is a magic show and a 'haunted trail'.
The campground itself isn't huge but it does sit in the woods off a side road. RV sites are on the small side, but we stay in the loop without sewer hookups, where the sites are larger. There is a nice and surprisingly steep nature trail that goes to the top of the hill behind the camp.
The atmosphere is quieter here than at the other Gettysburg area campgrounds we've been to - no late night partying. No DJ dance parties either, as I said their program is more suited for younger kids. - MattFromPA
Jul 2015 - $64.00
We visited Gettysburg for 4 days and 3 nights to view the battlefields and the surrounding area. The KOA was a great campground. Our site was the deluxe pull-through. It had the nicest fire pit of any campground we've been to. There was a very nice double wide glider chair. And the picnic table was clean and sturdy metal with a rubber coating on the table top. The site was incredibly large and spacious. The site was all gravel. And it was very level and flat. The campground doesnt have a lot of kids activities like some KOA's, but it was very clean and well kept all the way around. There was a bath house somewhat near our site. And there was a bath house in the camp store building. They were clean and functional. The pool was nice. There was a small mini-golf that was not great. They had a nice deck over by the camp store with checkers games on the tables, and a giant chess set. There was a small playground. There was no jumping pillow. The camp store was nicely stocked. The staff was super duper friendly. The KOA was only a few minutes away from the Gettysburg battlefields and the town. Overall this campground is super nice, and we really enjoyed out stay there. We will go back next time we visit Gettysburg. - Brad K
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (map) | (800) 370-1645
Sites: 297 | Latest Rate: $1.00 | 44 Reviews
Oct 2015 - $1.00
This is a standard "parking lot" style campground. However, they handle big rigs. Sites are VERY close together. Sites were not level, we saw campers with wheels off the ground to get level. They were full on the weekends and it felt like the campers were sitting on top of each other. Power was a significant issue. Our power went out several times; we had to find staff to flip the breaker. In talking with other campers, power fluctuation and loss is a normal occurrence. They were also working on the water lines throughout our 2 week stay. Multiple times our water was shut off-with NO NOTICE. Campground sponsored weekend activities-mostly for kids. We left to get groceries, when we came back they had the entrance blocked and we couldn't get into the campground. We told the staff member that was "guarding" the front entrance that we had been given no notice of the closure and had groceries that needed to get into freezer. His response: "Oh, Well. Bummer". Gravel roads through the campground, but they were well maintained. Each camp site is gravel. Some of the campsites had a small patch of grass. Sites are all very level. Each site had a fire ring and picnic table. Only 30 amps available. No sewer hookups, there is a dump station to use as you exit. They also have a honey wagon available for an additional cost. There is a nice laundry room, but it was more expensive than most we have seen. Good Verizon coverage. We had DirecTV satellite, but about ½ of the campsites could not have gotten satellite due to trees. Bottom line for us: communication between staff and campers is pitiful at best. We would stay here again, but understanding what we may experience. Know what to expect here: poor power, possible water issues, small sites, and rude staff. - GLPColorado
Oct 2015 - $10.00
I am a TRA member, and a Coast to Coast member. My home group for TRA is in NC. When I joined TRA in March of 2008 Gettysburg was part of the NC parks and I would make my reservation online and pick my site and length of stay.
However this time I had to go through Coast to Coast and pay them and Gettysburg picked my site for me. Of course I got the non sewage site. I just want to thank TRA for not taking care of one of their own, because I have not upgraded my membership.
I did enjoy my stay and will be back because of all the history of Gettysburg. The RV park itself is located on one of the battle fields which makes it a desirable place to visit. All sites are gravel, uneven and close together. Overall a good place to visit. - ray wyatt
Aug 2015 - $15.00
I really wanted to like this place more. It has a lot of things going for it. The staff is the high point, super nice and very helpful. No complaints there. It's very nearby local attractions and is clean. I also like the amenities like a big beautiful pool.
But there were some issues. One is that if you want to have full hook ups including sewage you need to stay in the sites closer to the entrance. The issue is these sites are VERY tight. Literally on top of each other. The sites on the bottom are much more roomy but you can't get sewage. And here's the kicker, they charge you for honey wagon service. They lack the sewage and you have to pay extra because of it.
Also in this day and age it's time for all campgrounds to adopt WiFi to the sites. - Riot Pat
May 2016 - $47.00
A resort that has everything - pool, putting, propane, playground, etc. - at resort/famous town prices. Staff was friendly. The store was well-stocked. Sites for satellite TV (or about any other request) were available. The WiFi worked well but the camp was pretty empty in the off-season. Gettysburg Campground is convenient to the historic downtown and parts of the Gettysburg National Military Park. The Visitors' Center is a bit further out of town. Don't miss the tour of the downtown house in which Jennie Wade died, the only civilian death from the Gettysburg battles, or the Visitors' Centers' film, cyclorama and museum run by a foundation (NPS senior freebie passes not accepted). The auto tour takes you through both sides' lines and three days of battles - allow at least a half day and consider buying the accompanying CD or a park features book for more information that what is in the NPS tour map. - Mtmoi
May 2016 - $50.00
Staying here for a week, 7th day free. Grounds are very well maintained, staff friendly and helpful. Several seasonal sites that are well maintained. Sites are gravel and level. Free wifi and cable ( 26 channels). About 4 miles from the center of Gettysburg. Will stay again when in the area. - philandterri35
Sep 2015 - $49.00
A wonderful campground with the most friendly staff around. They arranged for us to take a bus tour and gave us maps and help. We have a back in site with full hookups and 30 amp service. It was fairly quiet at night and people did respect the quiet hours. We would come back here again and will recommend it to others. - rolling homeless
May 2016 - $55.00
We have been going to Granite Hill since 2001, several weekends per year. They have sites for every kind of camping, tents to big rigs. You do have to watch, some sites are more level than others. Not all sites have stone, and no sites are paved. Minimal number of sites with cable available. We camp spring and fall, not summer, but they do have a pool. In the fall they have hayrides and other activities for the children. They usually have some type of entertainment for the entire family weekend nights. You can contact them to see what's on the schedule for when. They have a small cafe that offers your standard breakfast items, hot dogs and ice cream. They also have their own Put Put golf. There is a decent store at the office. This campground is huge, and most of the sites are not on top of each other. It's very family friendly. There is a decent size, clean laundry room. It's only 20 minutes to Gettysburg, and there's plenty of restaurants and wineries to visit. There are probably more people there from Maryland than PA on any given weekend. The grounds are kept clean, and if you have any issues, stop at the office and they will help get them resolved. The staff is pleasant. We enjoy this campground, which is why we go every year. We take some of our grandchildren a few weekends. It's not fancy, but a clean and decent place to be with beautiful views. - JoppaFolks
Mar 2016 - $52.00
Campground wasn't really open yet. Showers not available, but office was open. One night the owner locked the gate when my wife was out doing laundry. Had to leave truck at gate and haul laundry ~1/2 mile. Staff helpful. Looked like a lot of amenities when fully open. No water service: too early. Lot spacing is nearby with a sunny/open exposure. Site surface was gravel. - FrankRogers
Nov 2015 - $60.00
This has always been one of my favorite parks, even going back to when I was a kid and went with my parents. My favorite site is B35. Some of the sites aren't perfectly level, BUT it is camping after all, so if you have a thing about having to add a block or two under some tires, then this isn't the place for you. They always have great activities planned and the camp store is great, so is the staff for that matter. I usually stay here twice a season and I never get tired of it! - Stevensmith2859
Oct 2015 - $52.00
We stayed in a pull thru site in the front of the campgound. It was unlevel, gravel . Utilities worked fine. Nice amount of cable channels.The sites are very close in most places. We were supposed to have a back in near the back of this campground, that was extremely unlevel and had standing water due to the recent rain, Alot of the back ins looked this way. I doubt i would stay here again, unless everthing else was booked, and then only in a pull through. - mahill526
Oct 2014 - $64.00
We stayed here on a Halloween weekend at 64.00 a night. Pretty steep, but Gettysburg campgrounds are high for whatever reason. They charge a $25.00 permit fee for golf carts, which when I inquired about with the manager he became dismissive and invited me not to stay but having paid already with no refund I could not accommodate. Sites are very tight, hookups are all the way to the back of the sites where we were, a lot of abandoned campers in permanent sites. The good, they had some activities for the kids,a dog parade,the desk staff was very pleasant and helpful,and no overbearing staff policing the grounds. Rating is due to high daily rate, golf cart fee, not a lot of activities considering the cost and it being a Halloween weekend. Would not stay here again . - roo camper
Aug 2014 - $48.00
We selected this campground because it was the only one available in Gettysburg with multiple sites to accommodate a last minute family get-together with multiple travel trailers. The previous reviews were mixed so we were a little nervous about what to expect. First, this campground has the cleanest bathrooms I have ever seen at a campground, not so much as a cobweb in a corner. The pool was very clean but really cold. We didn't stay in long but that was due to the unseasonably cool temperatures. The office staff was very friendly and helpful. The campground seemed well maintained in the common areas. There were little to no bugs either which was great! However there were a few negatives to the campground which is why it received a six. The playground consists of 1 slide, 2 seesaws and 4 swings. It could definitely use an upgrade. The mini-golf was $5 per person. The cost was way too expensive given the condition of the course. I would rather pay $7.50 per person for the awesome mini-golf place up the road. The firewood was very expensive for the few little pieces of wood that you get. We drove around and found a better deal on wood. Lastly, we were given a site in the Devils Den area. We asked for clarification on what the tank sites were. We were assured that they were the same as a sewer site but just above ground. When it came time to empty our black and gray water tanks, it was a pain in the butt to say the least. We would not pick a site like this one again. This campground would be great if you have no children or plan to spend very little time at the campground. Pick a regular sewer site as opposed to one of the tank sites. We stayed here for 4 nights. - CWG Wife