Purchased and restored by the GBPA in 1999, the Daniel Lady Farm served as Johnson's Headquarters and then a Confederate field hospital during the Battle of Gettysburg. The barn still has authenticated initials carved by soldiers cared for there and the house still has blood stains in the floor.
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The Daniel Lady Farm welcomes all Scouting units. Camp on hallowed ground and get a tour of the barn and the house museums. We provide wood, water and Porta-pots. Only a mile from Gettysburg's town square and one exit away from the National Park Service's Visitor Center, the Lady farm makes an excellent base camp for experiencing history. Click on the picture to go to our Camping Request form.
The GBPA is excited to announce the addition of the Eisenhower Education Center. Purchased with funds provided by a benefactor, the "Ike" building is in the process of being rehabbed and updated. It will serve as the offices of the GBPA as well as offer a special museum with rotating displays and a large meeting room perfect for seminars, meetings and even small dances! Stay tuned!