Listed here are our favorite supporting locations. These establishments have all provided outstanding support for our programs, and we recommend them to all our friends...
The 1863 Inn of Gettysburg
The 1863 Inn of Gettysburg 516 Baltimore St. Gettysburg, PA 17325 http://www.1863innofgettysburg.com/index.html firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (717) 334-6211 Reservations Only Line: 1 (866) 953-4483 The 1863 Inn of Gettysburg is a Family Owned and Operated Business"Our goal at the 1863 Inn of Gettysburg is to make your stay an enjoyable one. Our experienced staff will be happy to assist you in planning your visit to our beautiful town and making that visit a memorable one."
O'Rorkes Eatery & Spirits
O'Rorke's Eatery & Spirits 44 Steinwehr Avenue Gettysburg, PA http://www.ororkespub.com 717.334.2333 O'Rorkes is named after Union commander and hero Patrick Henry O'rorke, the 26 year old Colonel of the 140th New York Infantry. An Irish immigrant who settled as a child in Rochester, New York. He graduated first in his class at West Point in the Spring of 1861. His illustrious military career was cut short in Gettysburg, where he died on July 2, 1863 on Little Round Top while leading his regiment in battle. The young Colonel left behind his bride of just a few weeks and many acquaintances who were proud to call him their friend. Our name is meant to appeal to history lovers who pass through our doors, to those who love all things Irish, and to those who want a great meal and a good time.
Hoffman's Bar-B-Que 2194 Biglerville Rd. Gettysburg, PA 17325 PHONE #: 717-334-7338 EMAIL: email@example.com http://www.hoffmansbbq.com/contact_us.php Hoffman's Bar-B-Que Shop is a family owned and operated business since it's conception in 2005. Each member had a say in what was done! It is located in a renovated auto body shop with shaded picnic tables for your bar-b-que dining pleasure! Centrally located in southern PA, 4 miles north of historic Gettysburg!
Blue & Gray Brewing Company
Blue & Gray Brewing Co. and Brew Pub 3300 Dill Smith Drive, Fredericksburg, VA 22408 GPS coordinates are N 38° 16.38 min, W 77° 26.29 min (540) 371-7799 http://www.blueandgraybrewingco.com/index.php/brews http://leesretreatbrewpub.com/Meet the brewmaster or brewmaster’s assistant on Saturdays from 10am to 1pm for free brewery tours. Sample beers straight from the tanks as you learn how to brew! Bring friends, relatives, or groups. We are family and kid friendly. Tours last 20-30 minutes and are conducted on an as needed basis. Be sure to stop by the Brewpub afterwards for lunch and a fresh pint. Then grab some beer to go! The Blue & Gray Brewpub takes pride in producing top quality products at a reasonable price. Everything we make, starts from scratch. You won’t ever hear the ding of a microwave in our kitchen, we don’t own one. We proudly serve all natural ingredients from local providers whenever possible. Our beef and chicken are marinated in our very own beer.
Hilton Garden Inn, Fredericksburg
Hilton Garden Inn Fredericksburg 1060 Hospitality Lane, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 22401 TEL: 1-540-548-8822 http://hiltongardeninn3.hilton.com/en/hotels/virginia/hilton-garden-inn-fredericksburg-DCAFHGI/index.html Centrally located for our Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Wilderness, and Spotsylvania staff rides. Visit Quantico and the National Museum of the Marine Corps. Explore the sites of numerous Civil War battlefields, including the Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania County Battlefields Memorial National Military Park. Spend a day in Old Town Fredericksburg, a 40-block National Historic District now home to shops, galleries, antique stores.
Abe's Grill 803 Hwy 72 W Corinth, MS 38834 Click on the address to get a Google map. Or just ask anyone in Corinth where it is. Look for the USMC Shooting Team sticker on the door! Photo at left from our 2010 visit. From a 2009 review...One of the best, and fresh...the service is fast and friendly. Its family owned and run. They make you feel apart of this family. There is fresh non-processed beef daily, fresh cut home fries, homemade Martha-White flour biscuits, and its famous sawmill gravy. It's a fine American diner experience. You'll leave here with a full stomach, a full wallet, and smile.
Catfish Hotel 1140 Hagy Lane Shiloh, TN 38376 http://www.catfishhotel.com/ On this spot in 1825, Henry Hagy and his wife Polly docked their flat boat, laid claim to several acres of bottom land, and began to build a farm and family. Later their son John built a rough log shack next to the river to store items that were to be shipped by steamboats. The shack was occupied by Union soldiers during the Battle of Shiloh.The shack earned the name "Catfish Hotel" during the early thirties when Norvin Hagy entertained friends at cookouts. He became well known for the delicious catfish, hushpuppies, and hospitality he served up. Guests who had arrived by river were often forced to spend the night after becoming engrossed in yarns spun and darkness made it unsafe to travel the river, thus the nickname Catfish Hotel.
Sun Mountain Lodge
Sun Mountain Lodge 604 Patterson Lake RoadWinthrop, WA 98862 800-572-0493 http://www.sunmountainlodge.com/ Great location supporting the 30 Mile Staff Ride... Inspired by its magnificent natural setting and colorful history and culture, Sun Mountain Lodge truly imparts a sense of harmony with its surroundings. The Main Lodge and its luxurious guest accommodations seem to have been hewn from the mountain itself, with huge beams, wood ceilings and walls, a split-log bar, carved mantels and desk tops, and massive stone fireplaces. The resort boasts 96 mountaintop guest rooms and 16 lakeside cabins. This year-round destination hotel is surrounded by miles of scenic trails for the outdoor enthusiast to explore.