Camping near Gettysburg

Iconic hiking trails make Gettysburg an oasis for campers.

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Camping near Gettysburg guide

Overview

Bordering the southern edge of Pennsylvania, Gettysburg falls within the Appalachian Mountain range, full of natural beauty, world-class hiking, and off-grid camping. Before visiting Gettysburg National Military Park to learn more about the Civil War, check in at an RV and tent campsite with free wifi, a game room, and a swimming pool—perfect additions for campers booking summer getaways. Safari-style glamping tents with queen beds and private bathrooms are also available for campers craving privacy. Drive 20 minutes west to Caledonia State Park, where tents and motorhomes are welcome overnight. Snag a campsite with full hookups and enjoy amenities like flush toilets, showers, and dump stations. Larger groups can get cozy in a furnished house with central heat, bunk beds, and an outdoor gathering space with a picnic table and fire ring. Then wake up and conquer a section of the famous Appalachian Trail, which stretches for 1.8 miles through the park. Come prepared with the proper gear in winter, as snow is common from November to April.

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