Classic small RV campground. Not especially great for tent camping.
The staff are very polite and helpful. The sites are shaded with mature trees. They have a pool, put put golf, a good general store, and a café/snack shack. The hookups are oddly spaced and you need to ensure you have extentions handy. My electric hookup didn't work on 30A. The bath house needs cleaning more regularly. If they invested a little bit on upkeep this would be an awesome place.
The site was extremely difficult to get into, as uneven as it gets. Restrooms and laundry were filthy. While I enjoyed Gettysburg, I did not enjoy this campground.
We are local and love going to Granite Hill for our spring and fall trips. They have friendly staff members that help make your stay pleasant. We live the B section, but there are other great spots, too. Hands-down, this is the best campground in Gettysburg.
we have stayed at this camp ground twice now. the people are polite and they have a lot of activities to keep everyone occupied. But the lots are filled with tree roots that someone was always tripping over, it took 2 hours to get our camper set up because of the very uneven stone lot, thankfully we had enough wood to get the jack up without having to over extend it. Also many of the lots/fields were not mowed. Won’t probably camp here again.
We stayed here on an overnight trip up the coast. It looked deserted and creepy. The hookups were terrible. There is a large BlueGrass festival here every year so we thought it was totally legit. Couldn’t tell you a thing about the campsites. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. The place itself looks like it used to be great but has just fallen into disrepair.