Amazing Themed Campgrounds That Will Make Wonderful Memories
It's that time of year where your starting to plan your camping trips for the year. I love a good old fashion campground, but sometimes it's fun to shake things up. How about a themed campground? Many campgrounds are now offering a "Themed" experience or themed days. I love this idea, especially for kids. A new way to make some great memories.
There no doubt that when you've been on a road trip you have seen the yellow KOA signs. Kampgrounds of America welcomes traveling campers to relax and unwind.
As the number one campground franchise, KOA is conveniently placed next to Americas Highways and Bi-way since 1962.
Many KOA Campgrounds are handicapped friendly, from RV sites to Deluxe Cabins. For a true one-of-a-kind vacation, book a stay with unique lodging; From Airstreams to a caboose, or even a tepee.
With nearly 500 locations, KOA is convenient to where ever you are headed. Let the folks in yellow tell you about the unique way you can spend your time and let them be your guide.
I know I'm showing my age but I loved the Yogi Bear Cartoons. I ALWAYS rooted for Yogi bear to get the picnic basket. Now a company called Camp Jellystone is taking old campground and refurbishing them into the themed Yogi Bear Campgrounds.
As the second largest campground franchise, Jellystone Parks is taking failing campgrounds and giving them a makeover. The amenities now offer camping, RV sites, and cabins. Along with great family activities, Yogi and his crew make daily appearances.
Depending which Jellystone park you decide to stay at you can find activities like swimming, put-put, a jumping pillow and even Gem Mining. Offering 81 Yogi Bear's Camp-Resorts You'll be sure to find one that meets all your families needs.
Jellystone Park goes above and beyond to make sure that you have the conveniences of home in a wilderness setting. Find groceries or souvenirs in their camp store, laundry services, bathhouses and many of the facilities have wi-fi. To top it off, if you're new to camping they have a great blog to help with any questions you may have.
Themed Camping Days
Camping in the Unusual
All your really looking for is a quiet weekend in the woods. The idea of a themed campground is too hectic for you or your entire camping party doesn't want to spend a whole weekend around Yogi Bear, what now?
The KOA and Yogi Bear are not the only game in town. Just a quick internet search bring up many campgrounds:
Many campgrounds are offering themed days. You could have pirates day or harvest day. Many camps are turning this idea into a week. And it's just not for kids. Campgrounds are now offering singles weekends or Valentines weekends, older adults or family weekends.
Hike to Your Campsite
Let's not leave out or hikers. How about sleeping in a tee-pee or hiking into a historic lodge. Just north of Atlanta, you can hike to the Hike Inn located on the Appalachian Trail. Bear Paw meadow camp sits in the Sequoia Nationa park and offers a Glamping Experience including chocolate cake!
Don't worry the days of sitting by the campfire enjoying friends and family will never go away. The ways grandpa showed us on those long fishing weekends or those trips to the summit will always be the way we learned to camp and hike.
Now a new era of camping is moving in and giving us more options to get outside. Will you take your kids to a themed campground or hike to a historic cabin in the woods? No matter what your answer the best option is to get moving and get outside. Enjoy nature and sleep in a Tee-Pee!
Will You Try a Themed Camping Trip?
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