We were supposed to stay at Gettysburg Campground, but it got flooded out with all of the storms. So we stayed here, and it was nice. It's a really rocky area, so the ground in some of the tent sites had a lot of boulders sticking out and would be good for smaller tents. They knew we had a big tent, so they gave us a large site, which was nice. The grounds were really pretty. We didn't do anything on the campground because it was chilly. The road that this and all the other campgrounds are on is really noisy, so that was annoying, but I'm guessing all the campgrounds have that problem. They did have a bright streetlight right near the entrance to the tent camping section, which would have been nice to have that turned off at night. But it was a nice campground, and the bathrooms were very clean, which is the biggest thing!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Whether you come to relax, to delve into Civil War History, experience Gettysburg or to enjoy camping in the great outdoors, you will discover an unforgettable vacation experience at Granite Hill Camping Resort and Adventure Golf. Our Camping Resort is located just outside of historic Gettysburg and offers full amenities in the bright sunshine and forested seclusion in the tall trees, which are equally accessible within our scenic 150-acre Civil War era farm. Graced with a perfect mix of woodlands, tree-dotted meadows and grassy rolling hills, Granite Hill offers something for everyone. Regardless of your personal definition of camping – from private tent sites to spacious pull-thru sites catering to the largest RVs, and from a wide range of options in group camping to rustic cabins in a wooded setting – you will always find precisely what you need. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Granite Hill Camping Hotel Gettysburg