Category: Places to Stay
January 15, 2020
Whether you love the cold weather or not, we all need to get away during the winter. And, if it is going to be a little colder outside, or maybe a little snowy if we’re lucky, there’s nothing wrong with finding a wonderful place to stay and cuddling up for the weekend.
To help you get started with a few ideas, here are ten of the coziest winter retreats around Gettysburg.Baladerry Inn
This charming bed & breakfast is a wonderful spot to escape. Located on a historic farm that served as a field hospital during the battle of Gettysburg, you will be ... Read This Story
February 2, 2017
If you’re tired of staying in and watching Netflix, sweep your significant other off their feet with one of these Gettysburg dates! These experiences are the ones that will bring you closer, and will create memories that you’ll be talking about for years to come.1. Go on a hike
Taking a scenic hike through the beautiful wooded trails at Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve will add an element of excitement to your relationship. Discover the wildlife in Adams County and enjoy the view!2. Take a ghost tour
Pull your loved one in close as you walk through the streets of haunted Gettysburg. Learn ... Read This Story
August 25, 2016
Gettysburg has always been known as an affordable destination. With inexpensive lodging, dining and attractions, it’s a great destination for a variety of travelers, especially families.
And there’s no price more affordable than free.
The region boasts a variety of free activities, museums and tours that make the trip enjoyable and give visitors some extra money for a nice dinner or souvenir.
We’ve compiled our list of free experiences in and around Gettysburg. Whether you are on a low budget or not, these free experiences in and around Gettysburg are worth discovering.
Gettysburg National Military Park
Gettysburg National Military Park draws nearly more than ... Read This Story
August 6, 2015
By Carl Whitehill – Decades ago, the word “camping” had a much different meaning to me than it does today. As a 12-year-old Boy Scout, camping was a weekend of bottomless canvas tents, under-cooked food prepared over an open fire and cold, wet socks. It was fun, you could say, but not as satisfying as my nice warm bed when I returned to my parent’s house a few days later.
Today, as a 40-year-old father of two boys, my standards are a bit different and while I still enjoy some of the outdoorsy nature of camping, it’s always nice to slip under the ... Read This Story