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Artillery Ridge Campground & Gettysburg Horse Park

Artillery Ridge Campground & Gettysburg Horse Park is one of the most unique RV parks and campgrounds in the United States. Located in historic Gettysburg, PA, on some of the most hallowed ground of the battle of  the Union Artillery Reserve of the Gettysburg Campaign  in early July 1863. It is one of the few
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Gettysburg’s hidden jewel

We enjoy Gettysburg, PA a lot. It’s close enough for a weekend trip, has lots to do and see. Plus our home park for Coast-to-Coast is there. So we visit there at least three times a year. One of the hidden jewels of Gettysburg is Eisenhower’s farm http://www.nps.gov/eise/index.htm. There you can learn about Ike’s presidency
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Hey Ranger! Monumental Mix-ups

In a recent post, “Wacky Question of the Week,” I shared a few examples of the amazing questions park rangers receive on the job. The subject of those queries isn’t limited to the out-of-doors, and historical sites have their own collection of legendary inquiries. Here are a few samples, along with a little commentary for
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