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The two RV Gypsies
stayed at Hagerstown / Antietam Battlefield KOA
in Williamsport, Maryland
October 14, 2013

USA map showing locatiion of Marylandmap of Maryland showing location of the KOA

IMPORTANT INFORMATIONThis KOA campground is about 8 miles away from the highway. As the two RV Gypsies approached a big KOA sign, they also saw a little KOA sign next to it with an arrow pointing straight ahead. Another RV did not see the little sign and started to turn left, but had to stop and unhook their toad because there was a narrow bridge with a weight limit so most RVs can not go over the bridge. Luckily Lee saw the sign and went the correct way.

The photo below on the right shows the river next to the road and the water level was obviously a bit high. The road was very curvy and a bit narrow. Parts of the road still had puddles, and the two RV Gypsies heard that this area had a lot of rain recently. For this reason alone, the two RV Gypsies would think twice about staying here in the future because they wouldn't want to risk the chance of a rain storm stranding them here.

This was a nice enough campground though, but the sites were on the short side. The two RV Gypsies had to park their toad sideways to fit on the site. The campground offered free miniature golf, which is unusual because most campgrounds charge for miniature golf. 

Cable TV was provided and secured Wi-Fi which came in OK.  The two RV Gypsies were told that Maryland state law says "All bike riders age 16 and under must wear a helmet." Use of generators was prohibited here.  Check-out time was 1 P.M. Check-in time was after 1 P.M. Vehicle washing was prohibited, as it is in most campgrounds.

entrance to the KOA campground
The narrow, curvy road into the KOA park

Arriving at the KOA, the two RV Gypsies noticed  a chicken coop and chickens next to the KOA office.

KOA address
a chicken coop and chickens

The RV of the two RV Gypsies at the KOA. Their toad had to be unhooked and parked sideways and barely fit in the assigned spot.

The RV of the two RV Gypsies at the KOA
The RV of the two RV Gypsies at the KOA
Hagerstwon Antietam Battlefield KOA
Hagerstwon Antietam Battlefield KOA
Hagerstwon Antietam Battlefield KOA
flowers in the KOA
flowers in the KOA
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in Maryland
October 14-15, 2013

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Hagerstown / Antietam Battlefield KOA Campground

Cunningham Falls in Thurmont

Washington Monument State Park

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