Simpson Ferry Gulf - GULF
3635 Simpson Ferry Rd, Camp Hill PA
717-761-2674
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 91
GPS coordinates: N 40.22520 W 76.94434 (located from address)
Updated by John, May 14, 2017 10:53 CDT
Got some ethanol free gas on 5-11-2017 and the price has increased to $3.80/gal.
Updated by Chris, March 14, 2017 18:30 CDT
Still serving it up. Bought some for snowblower before Winter Storm Stella.
Updated by John, September 25, 2016 14:09 CDT
Price $3.49/gal as of 09-20-2016
Updated by Bob, August 19, 2016 8:57 CDT
My wife and I use their ethanol free 91 octane in our 2002 BMW Z3 and 2003 Mini S. Extra cost for gas is more than offset by increased fuel mileage, end result is less $$/mile. Better for older cars
Updated by Roger A., February 01, 2016 9:03 CST
$2.99/gal. for 91 Octane 0E.
Updated by Tim H, January 19, 2016 16:21 CST
Jan 19, 2016 -$3.19/gal for 91 non ethanol.
Updated by Mark, July 04, 2015 8:31 CDT
91 octane -- E0 -- $3.89/gal. Accepts credit cards at pump.
Updated by charles, April 18, 2015 12:47 CDT
Just filled at the station.
Updated by John, November 15, 2014 17:05 CST
Ethanol free was $3.79/gal. Dedicated E0 nozzle clearly marked on each pump. Accepts pay at the pump or pay cashier inside.
Updated by Jay, June 29, 2014 19:44 CDT
They still sell Gulf 91 octane ethanol free. I use it in the motorcycle. Price was $4.49 a gallon
Updated by Ed Engle, April 14, 2014 16:24 CDT
Made a special trip on April 11, 2014 to fill up the boat tanks. Strangely there isn't an E0 anywhere near Raystown Lake. (Mifflintown Airport didn't return my calls.) Price was $4.399. FYI, the E0 is the center selection at every pump...so you don't have to hunt for the "Special" gas pump! Thank You to all the stations who choose to carry ethanol-free!
Updated by Lou, January 14, 2014 9:48 CST
Kind of an older, tired gas station (but, a nice cashier) that I've driven by for years, and had even worked nearby, at one time, but didn't know that they were a current supplier of E0. But, was so happy to find that it was still E0 (91) last night, albeit at 4.099/gal. Yeah, CPG shouldn't matter to purists, but even some purists get hit in the face by the harsh realities of life, so I'll give it two fill-ups to see how it compares against my usual (Shell 93 V-Power, w/ StarTron added by me - 9.49, tax incl, that treats 128 gals). An 8-10% increase in mpg would make it my new, preferred 'usual', 5-8% = 1-2 per month, and 0-5% = 'Oh, Clark, you got your Christmas bonus; what are you going to spend it on?" (or, maybe a few times a year to fight against ethanol's varnishing, and general destruction, of my car's engine ;-) but definitely for my lawn mower. Thanks, Pure-Gas; you provide an invaluable service!
Updated by Ron, November 19, 2013 8:07 CST
They still have it and it runs great in my car. Gas milage imporved--it is worth it.!!!!!
Updated by Barry, November 13, 2013 17:30 CST
$3.999 and $4.099. Those are the only prices I've ever seen on their ethanol free 91 octane fuel. Kinda makes me wonder when all the other e10 fuel prices are varying sometimes daily. Maybe it's the ethanol that changes in price.
Updated by tom dermott, October 07, 2013 14:22 CDT
October 07,2013 $4.09 Boy! They don't ever seem to budge on this price/gallon!!
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, August 25, 2013 14:21 CDT
This station has dedicated hoses for thier 91 octane E0 and are clearly marked. For those not familiar with the area the station is a little tricky to find but is well worth the effort especially because there are very few choices for E0 in metro Harrisburg, Pa. Nice folks running this place.
Updated by Craig, August 19, 2013 20:48 CDT
91 octane (non ethanol) still $4.09/gal
Updated by Gerald, July 28, 2013 12:54 CDT
91 octane (non ethanol) 4.09 gal very good price !!
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, July 07, 2013 8:44 CDT
Added phone number.
Updated by Eric, July 03, 2013 14:18 CDT
4 weeks in a row, $3.99 91 ethanol free
Updated by LAB, April 22, 2013 19:18 CDT
$4.099 as of 4/21/2013
Updated by Doug, January 25, 2013 7:12 CST
As of Jan 24, 2013 octane=91.
Updated by Brian, December 14, 2012 14:45 CST
they sell 87 with up to 10% ethanol, 91 non ethanol and diesel.
Updated by Bean, October 11, 2012 7:55 CDT
the ethanol free gas is about 10% more expensive. It's worth it to me.
Updated by alan, September 14, 2012 7:59 CDT
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Posted by Gary Hastings, September 06, 2012 10:58 CDT
Only 89 Octane will be available starting September 7, 2012