A Gettysburg Christmas in a Day
January 14, 2021
Every fall foliage trip should start with a stunning view. We recommend this stop for the best vantage point of fall colors consuming the battlefield, it will take your breath away. Watch the historic fields transform into a picturesque autumn scene right before you.
Take a drive through this tunnel of vivid colors. Feel the history of the hallowed grounds as you pass cannons, preserved farmland and even the site of Pickett’s Charge. We recommend continuing down the road to find the observation tower where you can stretch your legs as you climb to the top. You won’t regret it; you will be rewarded with a spectacular view.
A must-see for any serious or amateur leaf peeper! Enjoy the vibrant reds and purples of these majestic red maples at the location of the first day of the Battle of Gettysburg. With trails and benches this is the perfect place for a walk or to have a seat, enjoy a warm drink and relax as you surround yourself with the beauty of nature.
There is nothing more beautiful than Adams County in the fall. Immerse yourself in rolling hills filled with brilliant colors with a drive through the countryside. Passing fruit trees and rolling hills, this landscape is bound to become one of your yearly fall foliage go tos.
Take a step back in time and enjoy history as you soak in the colors around you. This charming bridge originally built in 1854 is the perfect foreground for those lovely autumn photos. Listen to the leaves crunch beneath your feet and the gentle rush of the creek for a peaceful retreat from your busy life.