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Southern Pennsylvania is a charming place, with its gorgeous rolling hills, inviting atmosphere, pleasant lakes, and historic sites. Gettysburg is one of the most famous cities in the state, home to the infamous Gettysburg Battlefield where one of the larges conflicts of the Civil War took place. Not far from Harrisburg, the state capital, and the massive city of Baltimore in the neighboring state of Maryland, Gettysburg is a lovely place to visit. When you're ready to start your explorations, you can camp in an RV at Gettysburg Campground on the outskirts of this historic city.
Gettysburg Campground is an idyllic spot situated by a creek, with peaceful campsites in both the sun and the shade. RV rentals and tent campers can both be accommodated at this family-friendly Gettysburg campground, and there are rental cabins and cottages available too. Be sure to snag a spot beside Marsh Creek for the best views.
While you are camping at Gettysburg Campground, there are lots of amenities and activities to enjoy. Go fishing in Marsh Creek, play some horseshoes or mini-golf, swim in the in-ground pool, lounge around in the recreation hall, watch movies on the projector screen, grab some ice cream and food at the on-site restaurant and ice cream cafe, and a whole lot more. An on-site convenience store and RV repair service make it even easier to enjoy your Gettysburg camping trip. Laundry facilities, restrooms, and hot showers are just a short walk away, so you'll have everything you need at this lush, rustic park by the water.
Southern Pennsylvania has some pretty breathtaking country landscapes, and when you book an RV in Adams County, you’ll have plenty of parks to visit in your campervan rental. Codorus State Park is easy to reach, just a short drive east of Gettysburg. There is a large human-made lake in the center of the park, home to a variety of water-based recreation activities like boating, fishing, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, and water-skiing. You can find a 54-hole disc golf course, a swimming pool, a cozy campground, and more when you visit Codorus State Park with the Gettysburg rental RV.
Gifford Pinchot State Park also has a lake of its own, good for all the usual lake activities like fishing and swimming. You can hike long-distance trails like the Mason-Dixon Trail that cuts through the park or learn a little bit about the area with environmental courses and nature tours offered by the park staff. If you want to spend more time exploring this park during your Gettysburg camping adventure, you can stay at the lakefront campground on-site.
Caledonia State Park is close to Gettysburg, near Michaux State Forest, together combining to make up a large natural area. Here you can go hunting, fishing, hiking, swimming, and camping. A handful of historic sites in the park can be seen while you're here, like the Caledonia iron furnace that the park takes its name from. The furnace and several other sites destroyed during the Civil War are interesting places to learn about local history.
One of the easiest places to visit while you rent an RV near Gettysburg Campground is the Gettysburg National Military Park, where the horrific Battle of Gettysburg happened during the Civil War. Monuments and gravesite markers pay homage to the thousands of lives lost during the three-day battle, and you can take insightful tours with knowledge park rangers to see the headquarters and spots where significant skirmishes happened.
The historic city of Gettysburg is full of fascinating sites and historical places, complimenting the lush scenery of southern Pennsylvania. Gettysburg National Military Park and the Gettysburg National Cemetery are two of the most popular places to visit for those vacationing in Gettysburg. A great deal about the battle and the Civil War as a whole can be gleaned by touring the Gettysburg Museum at the military park.
Dozens of historic homes and taverns built centuries ago dot the streets of Gettysburg, many of which have their own museums inside. The Jennie Wade House, the Shriver House Museum, the Dobbin House Tavern, and the Eisenhower National Historic Site are just a few of the lovely pieces of history you can see for yourself when you're camping at Gettysburg Campground.
The Gettysburg Museum of History helps provide a well-rounded history of the area, with over 4,000 artifacts on display. Memorabilia from all different eras of American history can be seen at this fabulous museum in the middle of the city. You can also visit bars, charming restaurants, or go on a spooky ghost tour when you visit one of the most storied cities in America.