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Spangler’s Spring is a natural spring southeast of Gettysburg on the southern foot of Culp’s Hill. At times during the battle it was held by each side, and for a time was between the lines. Both sides filled their canteens from the spring on the night of July 2nd.

The Spangler’s Spring area is on the National Park Auto Tour. Because of the one way avenues traffic from the south and from East Confederate Avenue must leave to the north over Culp’s Hill. Drivers can choose between Slocum Avenue and Geary Avenue, which rejoin a short distance to the north.

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Tour map of the Spangler's Spring Area on the Gettysburg battlefield

state monument
State of Indiana

Union regimental monuments
27th Indiana

1st Maryland P.H.B.
2nd Massachusetts
13th New Jersey
107th New York
3rd Wisconsin

battlefield terrain feature
Spangler’s Spring