Are you planning a visit to Gettysburg to learn, not only the great Civil War history, but also experience the ambiance of what has become one of Pennsylvania’s tourism capitols? Well, let’s just say that your visit doesn’t have to be just an educational and melancholy experience. We’ll show you ten fun ways to explore Gettysburg while learning about the pivotal battle that reshaped America and her principles.
In the summer of 2017, we stayed in the small oil town community of Tionesta, Pennsylvania. Located in a heavily forested region in Forest County, this area is noted for its big game and wildlife, fishing and hiking. Tionesta Area Recreation Campground is situated on the shore of Tionesta Lake and Dam. The campground itself, draws mostly locals who enjoy weekend getaways amidst the scenery and recreation.
There’s no better place to celebrate America’s Birthday than at any of our Country’s patriotic destinations. Almost every city and town brings out the flags and buntings of red, white and blue and decks out the parks, windows and doors. From battlefields to memorials, parades to parties, we’ll help show some cool places to let freedom ring! So, bring out the cake and candles and let’s get this party started! Here’s just a small collection of destinations to celebrate our Nation’s independence!
very helpful in finding us a site that would accommodate our site and our wishes. We found the check-in process was easy and quick; they were waiting for our arrival and had our paperwork ready.
manure but it wasn’t too bad. We are not horse experts but in our opinion, the horse corral could have used a little care, leveling and grass. It looked like
a big muddy (when wet) dirt mess. Most nights we were able to sit outside to
enjoy. The campground had many mature trees throughout; none of which impeded our site or parking.
There were grassy patches throughout. Each site was provided a picnic table and firepit. Spacing between sites was average; about 20’ between sites.
and small. We did not see or use the laundry facilities so we can’t give an review on those. The campground was family friendly; has a playground and pool near the entrance.
It everything from basic staples, fishing supplies, pool towels and swim
noodles, and a great array of Gettysburg souveniers.
campground, be vigilant as there is a blind curve in which motorists don’t
realize the campground entrance. When leaving with your camper/coach, we recommend driving to the left of the campground sign before entering the road; you get a better view of the blind curve of those approaching and can enter the road more safely.