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Artillery Ridge Campground
610 Taneytown Road
Gettysburg, PA 17325
'717.334.1288

SPECIAL COMMENTS & PERSONAL OBSERVATIONS OF THE TWO RV GYPSIES

entry sign for Artillery Ridge Campground rider and horse on a building
rider and horse on a building
rider and horse on a building

Artillery Ridge Camping Resort was a Passport America park, located near Gettysburg Military National Park. There was a horse trail to the National Park. The roads past the office were dirt roads, their Wi-Fi was free, but unsecured and extremely slow, very few TV stations came in and ABC was NOT one of them, and the water pressure was poor.

Check-in time was 3 p.m. and check-out time was 1 p.m. Most of their rules were standard campground rules. It was a good size campground with nice sites and nice people working in the office. 

This is a National Historic Site and metal detectors are prohibited. As usual, the two RV Gypsies did not spend much time in the campground using amenities other than their own site.

the RV of the two RV Gypsies
the RV of the two RV Gypsies

The two RV Gypsies liked their end site, although it was only 30 amp. They did not like the dirt road; see photo below. They had a view of the empty tent area from the front of their RV, and a view of the laundromat from the side window.

the dirt road
tent area

Lee took a photo of a great image on the building, and he liked the name of one of the roads in the campground - Lee Lane.

war photo
Lee Lane

A nice pond and water fountain in the campground.

A nice pond and water fountain in the campground
water fountain in the campground
water fountain in the campground
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