- Motorcycle Clubs
- Planned Activities Available
- RV Clubs & Rallies
Are your kids looking for a challenge? We have pedal bikes they can ride around the campground. Bike rentals are $5 for a half an hour, and $8 for an hour. A parent signature is required.
In our office we have a little bit of everything! We have some really cute souvenirs, so come on in and check out what we have to offer. (Gifts, camping equipment, groceries, etc.)
Carpet Ball is a fun game for the whole family to try! A parent signature is required to sign out the equipment. Don't know how to play? Instructions are included too! Be careful...campers have reported that this game is addicting!
Civil War Hauntings
Every Thursday night (June 16 - September 1) come to the pavilion to listen to spine chilling ghost stories told by a period dressed story teller. Fun for all ages!
Are you feeling hungry? We deliver! Place your order in the office by 6:00 pm Saturday- Thursday, or Friday night by 9:00 pm. Ask the office for a menu.
Campground EventsListing Calendar
June 5-7: Storytelling Weekend
Enjoy interactive entertainment with Ann Griffith. She will be telling interactive stories, "Tall Tales for Small Folks." It is sure to be a great time for the whole family!
June 12-14: Civil War Songs and Stories
Dressed in period clothing, Matthew takes listeners back in time using songs and stories that show what it was like to be a soldier of the North or South, civilian or loved-one-at-home, or an escaped slave in the days of the Civil War.
June 19-21: Father's Day Weekend
On Sunday, FREE pancakes for all Dads. Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve will be giving their "Animal Ambassador" program Saturday evening. Enjoy learning more about snakes, turtles, and other special guests!
July 1-5: July 4th Celebration
Enjoy nightly movies on our Outdoor Big Screen. There will be lots of fun games and crafts for everyone. Take a ghost walk around the campground. Join Matthew Dodd, dressed in period clothing, as he takes listeners back in time using songs and stories of the Civil War. Enjoy a magic show with Frank Culler, as well as balloon sculpting and a magic workshop. "We Believed They Would Never Come" will be performed by Places Through Time Living History. Your vacation will be enjoyed whether you attend the 152nd Gettysburg Battlefield Reenactment "Crossroads of Destiny" nearby, or you relax by the pool.
July 10-12: Gettysburg Bike Week
Join over 20,000 motorcyclists in a bike show, field events, tattoo contests, burn-out competition, daily poker runs, live music and fireworks! Now at four locations including: Granite Hill Camping Resort, All Star Complex, The American Civil War Wax Museum and Adams County Arts Council's Gettysburg Cook Off. For more information please call (877-595-9005) www.gettysburgbikeweek.com. Enjoy a drum circle and snake presentation by Nathan on the campground.
Meet Your Hosts
"Make your reservations online now!! We would love to have you stay with us this year!"
The Bergeron Family has been hosting camping families at the Gettysburg/Battlefield KOA since 1991. Before coming to Gettysburg, they spent their lives in Southern New Hampshire. Linda and Emile are finally enjoying their retirement in Pennsylvania. Their son John, and his wife, Lorelle are now hosting the camping families here at the Gettysburg/Battlefield KOA. But the real boss is John and Lorelle's daughter, Simone. If you stay at this KOA long enough, you're sure to see her in her bright yellow KOA shirt. The Bergerons have taken their diamond-in-the-rough campground and turned it into one of the gems in the KOA Kampground system. They were recognized in 2003 as the Franchisee of the Year among more than 480 KOA Kampgrounds in North America. They have consistenly been the recipients of the Presidents Award and Founders Award for many years. In 2013, they are rate #1 for Specialty Lodging in Gettysburg on Trip Advisor.
John, Lorelle and Simone all have their camper's interests at heart. That's why you'll see John busy flipping pancakes for your breakfast Saturday and Sunday morning. And if you don't feel like cooking dinner, just stop at the store, place an order and have your meal delivered right to your to your campsite.
Now that's service!