Big Rig Friendly9.3/10
Park Road Conditions9.0/10
- Pull Through Sites Available
- TentSites/Cabins Available
- FHU 30/50 Amp Sites
- Camp Store/Propane/Dump Station
- Shuttle Tours ($)
- Shuffleboard & Horseshoes/Jumping Pillow
- Pet Friendly/K-9 Park
- Nature Trail
- Mini Golf/Bike Rentals ($)
- Spotty Wi-Fi
- Second Vehicle Must Park In The Street
- Cable Costs Extra
On our way down to Florida, our first stop was KOA Gettysburg/Battlefield. We only stayed for 1 night. We had reservations for a pull-through/full hook up site. The GPS took us right to the campground with no issues.
Upon arriving we were greeted by a very friendly employee who found our reservation right away. We were handed a booklet with the campground map, campground rules, all sorts of the local area tour information, tv channel guide, and local vendor information. Before you know it we were checked in and waiting for an escort that she had called. We love escorts…lol.
The escort took us to our site. No issues. The site was a decent size pull through with a 2 seater glider next to our fire pit. Awesome touch!!!. We also had a picnic table. The site was fairly level and we hooked up with no issues at all.
Not Super Large
The overall appearance of the place was clean and the sites while not super big were not tiny either. We did not see any big rigs there and they could probably only accommodate a few at best. Their website states pull-through sites will accommodate up to 85’. There were 2 things we noticed that might be an issue for some people. The first one was parking a second vehicle. If you had a second vehicle there was no designated parking lot for it. You had to park outside the campground on a side road. The second one was that some of the sites appeared to face each other instead of the normal configuration. If you book a site, make sure you check the layout or ask for your site not to face another site. They seem to be very accommodating if you ask.
Our overall impression of this place was a positive one. The people were friendly, the sites were adequate, the grounds and bathhouses were clean, and there appeared to be lots to do if camping there during the “season.” We were there for a couple of weeks or so before they were set to close for the winter. If we were going to spend time in that area, we would go back again.
Date Of Stay: October 2016
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