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 GHOSTVILLAGE.COM GENERAL STORE's Haunted Campout in Gettysburg!'s Haunted Campout in Gettysburg will be Saturday, September 25, 2004. The place is Granite Hill Campground in the Berger Hill section of the campground. If you're interested in going please email and let us know if you'll be in a tent or if you want a cabin. Check-in time is 3 PM. 

Granite Hill Campground does not take reservations for only one night. BUT... they also said they never run out of tent spaces, and considering September 25th is the tail-end of the camping season, they don't anticipate there being any problems with other accommodations as well.

If you're planning on attending and will be staying in your own tent, then you can just show up and pay the admission at the gate. If you want a cabin, tent, or other RV/Camper hookup and you're planning to stay more than just September 25th, then you can make a reservation now. Here are the details:

Granite Hill Campground
3340 Fairfield Road, Gettysburg, PA 17325 (You can find rates, maps, driving directions, and more on this Web site)
(800) 642-TENT

If you want a cabin for only one night, they suggest you call a few days before and confirm there are still some cabins available.

If you live close by and want to join us but don't need overnight accommodations, Granite Hill offers visitors passes for $3 per day.

You can stay anywhere you like inside the grounds, but in general, we're going to congregate and pitch our tents in the Berger Hill section of the campground. So you may want to try and get close to there. Again, for those staying in their own tents, just request the Berger Hill section when you show up.

You're not obligated to stay with us throughout the entire weekend. If you prefer to go off on your own to see a museum or visit some shops while others are on an investigation, that's fine. Here's how our agenda is shaping up so far:

3 PM - 4 PM - Check in to the Granite Hill Campground and get situated into your accommodations. If you're bringing a tent, we'll be using the group tent part of the campground which is the Berger Hill section. Bridget will have a table with a sign that says You can check in with her. Bridget and Cajunknight have graciously offered to handle Saturday night's dinner and Sunday's lunch. There will be Cajun food from the Louisiana bayou Saturday night and hot dogs and hamburgers Sunday for lunch. If you would like to partake in the food offered, please bring 10$ per person to give to Bridget when you check in. 

4 PM - 6:00 PM - Near our group of tents in Berger Hill - Jeff's Welcome/Gettysburg Address.
-Meet and Greet your fellow Ghostvillagers.
-Group-building activity.
-Dinner - Cajunknight will be cooking something from the bayou for us all.

6:00 - 9:30 PM - Rockhauler2k1 will be leading us on a battlefield ghost investigation and tour of Devil's Den, The Wheatfield, Little Roundtop, and The Peach Orchard. (Please note you'll need to provide your own transportation from the campgrounds to the battlefields -- the plan is to carpool.

10:00 PM - ?? Ghost stories around the campfire in Berger Hill

9:00 AM to 12:00 PM We will be touring/investigating more sections of the battlefields.

12:30 PM Lunch in the Berger Hill Section. 

Checkout is by 2:00 PM 

The meeting is being held at an outdoor camping facility. This means that there may be hungry bears, flying spiders, or even war-mongering Chihuahuas. You may find yourself in a dark latrine alone, with no toilet paper. has no fool proof way to protect everyone from every possible situation that may occur. Consequently, members will voluntarily assume all risks and dangers associated with this camping event, and are strongly encouraged to exercise common sense. It is each memberís responsibility to adequately prepare for the camping conditions, and to conduct oneself safely and responsibly with respect to those conditions and with respect to his or her personal abilities and limitations. does not own--nor is it affiliated in any way with--the Granite Hill campground. Each individual member is responsible for securing their own campsite directly from Granite Hill. Each individual member is responsible for payment of fees and charges to Granite Hill for his or her use of that campsite, and understands that the use of the campsite is subject to the rules set forth by Granite Hill. cannot control the weather or conditions at Granite Hill. Therefore, shall not be responsible in any manner or form for failure of the campsite to be open or be operable for any reason or cause whatsoever. shall have NO liability for theft or damage of the property or vehicles of any member or other person who enters the convention with or without the consent of is not responsible for any physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual harm of any member or other person that occurs from events that relate directly or indirectly to By reading this disclaimer and participating in the convention, you acknowledge the above conditions, accept responsibility for your own actions, and agree to hold non-liable. reserves the right to refuse participation or eject any member or person whose conduct is deemed disorderly, who uses abusive language, or who harms or threatens to harm the property or person of any member or other guest.

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