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Old 01-04-2016, 10:27 AM   #1
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Gettysburg Rally Jun 24-26th!

Update 06/16: All sites have been booked or returned to the Campground

Here is the plan. Please let me know if anything needs changed or you have an idea.

Thursday: Checkin 3:00PM

Thursday 7PM till ? – Camp fire site 70

Friday Checkin 3:00PM

Friday Welcome reception 6:00-8:00PM Site 71

Wine and Cider beer from Hauser Estate Winery will be available while supplies last.

Bring a light dish to share or a wine or beer from your local area to share!

Sign up for corn hole tournament

Friday 8PM till ? – Camp fire site 70

Saturday

Saturday 09:00AM - Kids activity at the Pavilion

Saturday 11:00AM – Corn Hole Tournament (Field by pavilion Still need a second set of corn hole boards)

Saturday 4:00PM – Dinner outside pavilion

Catered BBQ Pit dinner
-BBQ Chicken
-BBQ Pulled Pork
-Pit Turkey

Sides
-Cole Slaw
-Mac & Cheese
-Baked Beans

Drinks
-Lemonade
-Ice Tea

Saturday 6:00PM – Walking Ghost tour depart campground per the tour place you don't want to arrive any later then 6:30 to get your tickets!

When buying your tickets you want to say you are with the Brian Klann group 47 Steinwehr Avenue, Gettysburg, PA 17325 Parking behind building across the street.

Saturday 7:00PM till ? – Camp fire site 70


Sunday

Sunday Morning

Door Prizes! – Stop by the Forest River display units provided by our Event Sponsor Keystone RV Center. They will have some refreshments and will be handing out some door prizes! Sites will be picked at random and you’ll need to go see if you won! (They promised the prizes will be worth it!)





Gettysburg Campground
2030 Fairfield Road
Gettysburg, PA 17325

camp@gettysburgcampground.com

Toll Free: 1 888 879-2241
Phone: (717) 334-3304

When you call be sure to use my name to get your reservation into our group: Brian Klann



Activity thought:
Please also note if you would be interested in a ghost tour. I was thinking http://www.gettysburgghosttours.com/tours.htm
The Live or Die Tour - The Live or Die Tour focuses on human interest stories of REAL Civil War soldiers! At the start of this tour each guest will receive a card bearing the name of a man who fought at Gettysburg. During the course of this candlelit walking tour, led by a period dressed guide, guests will be immersed in the history and hauntings of a specific Union or Confederate regiment. At the conclusion of this unique tour, our guests will ultimately discover whether THEIR soldier LIVED or DIED! Enjoy a truly personal Civil War experience like no other...join us where history and mystery come together! Cost is $9.00 per person 12 years and up and $5.00 per guest under the age of twelve. Group rates for ten or more guests is $6.50 per person. Tours are at Saturdays 7pm and 8:30pm during the Spring, Summer and Fall.

Ghost tour needs to be reserved by June 1st so I need to know if you are interested. I need to give a rough count closer to the actual date but if I could get a running count going that would be helpful.

Tour Total as of 4/14: 20
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Brian. I reserved spot 72

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Old 01-04-2016, 11:45 AM   #4
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Ok we have 41 sites reserved at Gettysburg Campground (I was told by several people that this is a far better campground then Artillery Ridge).
It wouldn't have to be but so good to be better than Artillery Ridge.
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Old 01-04-2016, 12:03 PM   #5
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It wouldn't have to be but so good to be better than Artillery Ridge.
That's kinda what I had heard. Never been there myself... and it doesn't sound like I ever want to change that.
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Very Nice Campground

We camp there every Halloween. We have approximately 20-30 sites each year and have been going there for 5+ years. Robert and his staff are great people!
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We camp there every Halloween. We have approximately 20-30 sites each year and have been going there for 5+ years. Robert and his staff are great people!

You camp where every Halloween?
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Old 01-04-2016, 03:20 PM   #8
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We were there last June for a week and it was very nice. My only issue was that the sewer hook up for the adjoining site was right beside our picnic table out the door. Rather unpleasant but no place to move at the time. I am so sorry I am not sure of the site number, I think it was 17 but cannot be sure. Otherwise, nice place, convenient, nice people, good security.
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You camp where every Halloween?
Sorry! Gettysburg Campground.
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Old 01-04-2016, 06:31 PM   #10
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Stayed twice this past summer at Gettysburg Campground you made a good choice staying there. Quiet with a nice stream running thru.
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