Glad we picked this KOA in Gettysburg. Good campground if you prefer a wooded setting with a little more privacy between sites. Some larger rigs did have to park their tow vehicle sideways in front of their camper to fit within their site. There is a nice little hiking trail on the hill behind the campground that my kids enjoyed. They also liked the creek behind the playground. The campground is nestled in a slope below a hillside, but the sites were level. I liked that the campground is on the small side, so you can walk to everything and just let the kids go. Like most KOAs, the staff is constantly on hand in case you need anything and is always maintaining the campground. The bathrooms were older, but clean. Easy access to Gettysburg; about a 10 minute drive.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A nightly movie provides an overview of the town and battle. Bus tours depart from this KOA daily (in season) for the Gettysburg Battlefield or Washington, D.C. Explore on your own with a tape or CD, visiting such hallowed sites as Little Round Top, Devil's Den and Pickett's Charge. After a day of touring, relax at this quiet, naturally wooded campground. Enjoy the heated pool, nature trail, fun-bike rentals, shuffleboard, horseshoes, life-size games and mini golf. Weekend entertainment includes living history encampments, Civil War songs and stories, Civil War fashion show, ghost walks and pancake breakfasts. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Gettysburg / Battlefield Koa Hotel Gettysburg