November 21st, 2013 | No Comments »

Camping is a wonderful experience for the entire family. From the littlest ones to the eldest of the group, there’s enough fun for everyone among the trees and under the stars. However, it’s not uncommon to lose some of the excitement, leaving you pondering about what to do next. The first of the bunch to get antsy in the wilderness will probably be the little scouts. It can be difficult to plan for every scenario. However, what you can do is stock your site with…

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November 5th, 2013 | No Comments »

Camping is a favorite outdoor adventure for many. It is easy to create unforgettable memories when spending a few days in the wilderness. However, while you are having fun, you can’t forget the animals that may be attracted to the smells and things you leave behind. It’s normal to encounter a wild animal on any given camping trip; it’s half the fun! Anywhere from mice to raccoons, squirrels and the least common, but still very possible, bear encounter; you don’t want to chance giving them…

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October 23rd, 2013 | No Comments »

Fun Things to Do in the Smoky Mountain Range of Tennessee Gatlinburg, TN is a cozy town nestled within the stunning Smoky Mountains. Located just a few minutes from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, there’s plenty for the outdoor enthusiast to do. Even if you are not up for an adventurous outdoor challenge, you’ll have a great time; our area has many leisure outdoor activities as well.   Below, you’ll find five fun activities in Gatlinburg, TN.  Regardless of which you choose, you must…

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September 26th, 2013 | No Comments »

Preparing for your trip includes booking a place to stay, a way to get there, and things to do. It also includes packing, and finding a way to make the entire process as enjoyable as possible. This means planning for the worst is crucial. Travel insurance and traveler’s checks can help you prevent catastrophic situations from becoming worse. Medical problems, lost baggage, cancelled plans, lost money, and identity theft can happen without the proper planning and precautions, and their effects are damaging without adequate insurance….

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September 20th, 2013 | No Comments »

Have you seen our Pinterest board lately? If not, and you’re about to head out for a camping trip, it might not be a bad idea. From aesthetically captivating shots of our views, cabins, and rooms to cool ideas, tips, and news about the camping industry. Infographics, camping lifesavers, and local events await your arrival. Of course, one could get lost in Pinterest for hours, and we get that. To help plan your camping trip Pinterest style, We’ve compiled a list of our favorite Pinterest…

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September 16th, 2013 | No Comments »

An underrated and tremendously romantic honeymoon trip is a reclusive getaway or a cozy camping trip. Perfect for not only the outdoorsy couple, a camping trip consists of traditional and loving gestures and settings. Instead of cutting wedding costs and frantically saving for a quixotic tropical honeymoon, consider a honeymoon that removes you from distractions; spend time together, with nothing but nature to entertain you. After all, you have a long time ahead of you to try new things. Once you’ve decided on a location,…

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