November 25, 2017 Blog

Family Camping For Next Year is Just around the Corner!

If you are planning a family camping vacation for next year, making the choice to spend your trip outdoors as a family is a great decision and a great way to enjoy time spent together. Not only will you benefit health wise but you will also have the chance to bond and learn new things with your family. If you are still organizing your trip, make sure to check out our plan your trip page to help you make the right camping trip decisions for your family. At Camp Jellystone, we want you to experience the very best camping trip possible so that you and your children will have a vacation to remember for years to come.

Make your reservations early!

Make sure you plan your trip ahead, even if you have camped before. If you start preparing in advance for your family camping adventure now, when the time comes, you will know exactly what to bring, where to go, and the family will look forward to the time together!  Anticipation can be a wonderful thing, especially for your children. So, begin by making reservations early. The best spots always book up fast, not to mention holidays and weekend stays. If you’re planning a large group event, then making your reservations ahead of time is even more important to do.
Think About Planning Activities Ahead

Each of our parks has different activities and amenities, so you may want to explore the park you are staying at together so that everyone knows what they can look forward to! Looking online to the park you have made your reservation at will give you the your family a chance to see and dream about what their favorite amenities and activities will be. If there are certain activities that everyone wants to partake in, like a family hike, then you may want to call the park and ask about the difficulty and the best time to go.Pick the Spot!

Last but not least find a spot! Whether you are looking for a campsite or an RV hookup, this is important. Look for campsites that have an abundance of nature, including hiking and biking trails, rivers or streams for a hot day in the summer, and or places with a full hookup for your RV or camper.
Camping is a great way to learn and grow with your family. You can teach your children about nature and also learn new things with your children.  So get ready and plan your next camping trip. We look forward to seeing you!