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Set in the heart of the Pennsylvania woods, and just a few miles south of Gettysburg, Round Top Campground is a charming, family-friendly facility. The RV campground features full hookups, cable included, and several other amenities like an Olympic-sized swimming pool, a kiddie swimming pool, and a sports/playground area. Guests also have access to the restrooms, which has hot showers, and laundry. Well-behaved dogs are welcomed.
During the summer months, there are several planned activities, as well as an outdoor movie theater for families to enjoy. Camping at Round Top Campground gains access to a world of rich history, adventure, and fun.
The closest town is Gettysburg, which is renowned for the historical battles fought in and around the town and for the Gettysburg Address made by esteemed President Lincoln. In addition to dozens of museums and historic buildings that line the downtown area, there are many charming shops, restaurants, and pubs for visitors to explore. From Round Top Campground, it is about five miles to the center of Gettysburg. Kickstart a historic RV camping vacation with a search for RVs in Adams County, PA.
Gettysburg National Military Park is well-known for its historical tours. What’s not as well known is the park encompasses 6,000 acres, and there are miles of paved trails for hikers to explore. The park rangers encourage people to go jogging and walking on these trails and paths. There are also about five miles of multi-use trails, shared horseback riders. Many species of wild animals roam the grounds, including herds of white-tailed deer, southern flying squirrels, and eastern brown bats. Hikers seeking a bigger challenge can consider Johnny Reb or Billy Yank trails (4.2 and 10.3 miles, respectively). The start of these trails are a little difficult to find, but park rangers at the office can provide maps with step-by-step instructions for finding the trailheads.
Michaux State Forest, just a few miles to the west, encompasses around 85,000 acres of woodlands and gently rolling mountains. In addition to around 60 miles of hiking trails, the National Scenic Trail, which stretches 2,000 miles, passes through this park. Thirty-seven miles of the famed Appalachian Trail, which strings over 2,200 miles from Maine to Georgia, also runs through Michaux State Forest. Several trails are shared with mountain bikers, horseback riders, and OHVs. Cold-water fishing is a year-round activity. Hunting, also, is permitted though only at certain times of the year. In wintertime, the fun doesn’t stop. The trails are open to snowmobiles, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing.
The historic town of Gettysburg and its surrounding pastoral fields, which are the sites of bloody battles, are a popular draw for many visitors to south-central Pennsylvania. The town, its residents claim, has one of the highest number of museums per-square-mile in the state (though Philadelphia might disagree). Indeed there are museums devoted to not only the historical battles but also model train sets that depict the day of Lincoln’s famous Gettysburg Address, museums that detail the civilians’ role during this period, and ghost museums.
Though the town is a major draw, the other towns dotting the farms and mountains should not be ignored. Camp Hill, PA, for example, is said to be the site of one of the northernmost battles waged in Pennsylvania. Hop into a motorhome rental and explore the towns to not only learn their history but also find their charm and flair. The town of Boiling Springs gets its name from a curious spring, which bubbles up so strongly that the pond looks as if it’s boiling. Biglerville has held an annual National Harvest Apple Festival since 1970. The festival is a nod to the local apple-harvesting and farm heritage, which is vibrant in this part of Pennsylvania. The October event regularly draws 60,000 spectators annually. Vroom! Harley-Davidson’s factory in York is one of the few American-made vehicles that are actually made in America. The factory is open to tours Monday through Friday.
The state capital of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, is just a few miles to the north. The small-but-bustling town boasts a vibrant night scene, the growing retail sector in the downtown area, and rich history. The State Museum of Pennsylvania has on display a giant mastodon skeleton, the world’s largest chick, and a dazzling planetarium. Heads up: The downtown area of Harrisburg, which was built in the early 1800s, can be a little challenging to navigate in a large vehicle like a rental Airstream. Parking is plentiful, however, and it is easy to walk around on foot.
At the end of a long day of exploring and steeping oneself in history, kick up your heels outside a travel trailer rental, and enjoy the quiet countryside. Find the perfect RV camping adventure in Pennsylvania and go explore!