David Madison / Monday, July 25, 2022 / Categories: Camping, Hiking Gettysburg National Military Park Notable Memories, Experience History, Walk where they fought Background The Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center is the place to begin your visit to the battlefield. Here visitors will find information on how to visit the park and what to see around Gettysburg.; Where to stay There are a number of great places where your unit can stay. It comes down to availability and distance. McMillan Woods Daniel Lady Farm BSA Camp Tuckahoe BSA Camp Conewago What to do Visitors Center Ghost Tours What to earn The New Birth Freedom Council has created a series of trails and activities that can be hiked and visited to give Scouts a greater perspective on the battle at Gettysburg. Fullfilling each of the activities outlined in the New Birth Freedom Gettysburg Heritage Trails program enables the Scout to earn a segment of a patch series. The program is described here and includes the following elements: The National Visitor Center The Billy Yank Trail The Johnny Reb Trail The Eisenhower National Historic Site The Historic Gettysburg Trail Previous Article Camp Massawepie Next Article Star-Spangled Banner Print 843 Rate this article: No rating Scouting TypeScoutingVenturingSea Scouts Documents to download Gettysburg National Military Park Museum & Visitor Center Planning Guide(.pdf, 7.63 MB) - 29 download(s) More links New Birth Freedom Council - Gettysburg Historic Trails Gettysburg Foundation McMillan Woods Youth Campground Daniel Lady Farm BSA Camp Conewago BSA CAmp Tuckahoe New Birth Freedom Council online store David MadisonDavid Madison Other posts by David Madison Contact author Please login or register to post comments.