Halloween is just another day for some. However, for others, it’s become a day, week and even a month long celebration of over-the-top costumes, parades, shivering ghost tours, and spine-tingling paranormal experiences! These halloween destinations are just waiting for you to enter without knocking!
Are you looking for the best places to celebrate the 4th of July and all its’ festivities? I mean, who doesn’t love star spangled parades, shiny old cars, belly busting bbq’s and thunderous fireworks! From America’s small town battlefields and memorials to big city parades and massive fireworks, we’ll show why these cool patriotic destinations should be good reason to celebrate our Nation’s freedom, liberty and independence!
Gettysburg is one of the most visited Civil War Battlefields and east coast travel destinations in the United States. Visitors from around the world come to learn about this pivotal country-dividing battle through its’ many things to do in Gettysburg; on and off the battlefield, all while enjoying the grandeur of the Pennsylvania countryside.
Did you know that there are super fun ways to explore Gettysburg? If you’re planning a visit to experience the great Civil War history, why not also take in the beauty of the countryside? Your visit doesn’t have to be just an educational experience. So grab your helmets and shades! Let’s check out these incredibly awesome touring tips while learning about the pivotal Battle of Gettysburg that reshaped America.
Would you rather tour Gettysburg crammed into a tour bus with 50 other people or enjoy a totally open-air tour instead? I don’t know about you but the answer is easy. You can explore the battlefields on a Gettysburg Segway Tour! And if you’ve never ridden a Segway, Gettysburg SegTours makes sure you can so you can totally enjoy this unique style of touring attraction.
When we visited Gettysburg with our RV fifth wheel, we researched extensively to find a campground or RV park that could accommodate our Ram truck, toy hauler and motorcycles. We found that Artillery Ridge Campground and Horse Park was the perfect place to park so we could unload our motorcycles to tour Gettysburg.