The Rohrbach Campground is available for organized youth groups (such as Scouts and School Groups) only. For more information and to make a reservation, please visit Recreation.gov.
Ten sites are available with advance reservation. Each campsite offers a fire ring and picnic tables and space to accommodate a maximum of 30 people. Outdoor restrooms are available at the campground and indoor facilities are located at the Antietam National Cemetery and the Visitor Center. A water spigot is available at the visitor center - please provide your own water containers.
Please Note: Scout and Civic Groups Only. The Rohrbach Group Campground is available for scout groups and civic organization groups only. Family and individual camping is not available at Antietam Battlefield. List of local campgrounds that are open to the public.
Antietam Battlefield Historic Trail
The 10.5 mile hike, organized by the Mason-Dixon Council of the Boy Scouts of America, is is a tour for Boy Scouts (and others who are eligible) to learn about the various sites and events of the Battle of Antietam. Scouts who follow the trail as described in this booklet earn the Antietam Battlefield Historic Trail Patch. Guidebooks and patches are available online or by calling the park bookstore at 301-432-4329. The trail starts at the Rohrbach Campground.
Last updated: October 27, 2018