Three beautiful places to visit on Christmas.
Christmas is a wonderful time to spend with family and friends. Although there is a lot to do in the city, you may want to think about getting back to nature and spending the holidays in a different environment. There are many campgrounds across the US that are perfect for all kinds of gatherings.
You’ll find plentiful types of activities, as well as a variety of accommodations from tent sites to rustic cabins to deluxe cottages.
Here are ten fantastic camping alternatives for people looking for some fun in the great outdoors.
Jellystone Park Camp Resort
People can’t help but love this Yogi Bear-themed campsite. Located between Denver and Colorado Springs, it offers much more than places to pitch a tent. You can explore nearby Pike National Forest, or spend the day at the campground for nice walks, archery classes, fossil digging, and more. Pick this amazing place to enjoy the holidays with your family and make unforgettable memories.
Herkimer Diamond KOA
Sure, you’ll encounter the usual tent sites at Herkimer Diamond KOA New York, but science-loving kids will go crazy for the Sky Catcher, an astronomy-themed shelter, which holds its own high-powered telescope and observatory. You can also visit the Herkimer Diamond Mines or the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, just about a one-hour drive away. This place will provide you with an outstanding opportunity to enjoy some time with your kids while they learn.
Lakedale Resort at Three Lakes
Lakedale Resort is located on San Juan Island in Washington. It was designed for the modern-day camper, with canvas tent cabins, log cabins, and even an Airstream trailer rental. It has a classic campground with fire picnic tables and pits. It holds three lakes, and it offers many water activities, including stand-up paddleboarding, canoeing, and trout fishing, which can add a lot of fun to the holidays.
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