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Gettysburg Farms RV Park — Dover, Pa.

Camp at a working farm
  • Editor Rating

  • Rated 3.5 stars
  • 70%


Gettysburg Farms RV Camping is like no other campground we have been to. There is a working farm right on site and it is accessible at all times. We were lucky enough to visit in spring and were there the week three sets of baby goats were born. The baby sheep were born the week before we arrived!

There are designated “petting zoo” hours but anytime you would like, you may go visit the animals. There is an abundance of fresh grass for feeding the variety of animals. Alpacas, llamas, sheep, goats, donkeys, rabbits, chickens and a cow are some of the animals that will greet you during your visit to Gettysburg Farms.

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  • A free farm that is right on site
  • Three playgrounds.
  • Free Mini Golf
  • No extra free for 50A service
  • A variety of sites (FHU, W/E only, 30/50A) are available to meet all sized rig needs
  • During peak season pool is open for swimming
  • Themed weekends provide lots activities to keep you busy
  • Sites are gravel and very level – Some sections have pull through sites
  • Many sites are roomy and have plenty of privacy
  • There were many large open spaces for kids to explore
  • Fire pit provided at each site
  • Beautiful outlooks over the river in the back of the campground
  • They accept mail and packages on your behalf
  • The restrooms and showers are very clean
  • Staff is very friendly and willing to lend a helping hand
  • Aged clubhouse has a genuine farmhouse appeal


  • Some of the roads and turns getting into the park are VERY narrow and tight – Take it slow
  • The area is very dark – Take caution if you need to come in or leave before daylight hours
  • No wifi available
  • There is no grocery store close by
  • Road conditions within the park are sub par

About Jen Holt

Jen Holt and her husband Drew are parents to two young kids and travel the country in their fifth wheel nicknamed Big Moosey. The Holts have a passion for the outdoors and love visiting National Parks. You can follow more about the Holts adventures at

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