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Old 07-18-2010, 05:31 PM   #11
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Iggy,

We stayed at the Gettysburg KOA. It was nice. Better then I expected. The sites are a little tight. But, there is enough nature between you and your neighbor that it breaks it up. We did not have any problem backing into the site. The hook ups were easily reachable from the Camper. Water pressure was good. Cable was $2.00 extra per day, but worth it for the first timer, even had digital channls and WiFi. It was rough camping.

The store was well stocked. They even offer room service....well they don't call it that, but you can order dinner and they will delivery to your site. Saturday Night they had a band by the pool, which was not half bad. We were far enough way that it wasn't an issue, but there were a few sites right next to the area where the band played that would not be very good if you are looking for peace and quite. But, they were more for smaller trailers and tent camping. The bigger sites are up the hill away from the band.

It was close by and had good reviews on the web, so we took a chance and liked it. We are going back in Spetember for the Wine Fest in Gettysburg.

Cheers,
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Old 07-18-2010, 06:17 PM   #12
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Iggy,

We stayed at the Gettysburg KOA. It was nice. Better then I expected. The sites are a little tight. But, there is enough nature between you and your neighbor that it breaks it up. We did not have any problem backing into the site. The hook ups were easily reachable from the Camper. Water pressure was good. Cable was $2.00 extra per day, but worth it for the first timer, even had digital channls and WiFi. It was rough camping.

The store was well stocked. They even offer room service....well they don't call it that, but you can order dinner and they will delivery to your site. Saturday Night they had a band by the pool, which was not half bad. We were far enough way that it wasn't an issue, but there were a few sites right next to the area where the band played that would not be very good if you are looking for peace and quite. But, they were more for smaller trailers and tent camping. The bigger sites are up the hill away from the band.

It was close by and had good reviews on the web, so we took a chance and liked it. We are going back in Spetember for the Wine Fest in Gettysburg.

Cheers,
George,
Thanks for the information. I will add it in my little book.
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Old 07-18-2010, 10:12 PM   #13
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Raynmkr,
How is that KOA up there? We did not get the winds on Friday, but got a good down pour. Hard enough to test the seals on the doors. Passed. Cheers,
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