While “here, there, and everywhere” may be the title to an iconic Beatles song, it can also describe camping with Thousand Trails. From the Atlantic shores to the Pacific coastline and all the mountains, lakes, woods, and wonderlands in between, camping with Thousand Trails is really here, there, and everywhere. And, to make this year of camping even more exciting, it’s the 55th anniversary of Thousand Trails! Here are some ideas for a year of camping to both explore our beautiful country and celebrate our anniversary in 2024.
The Pacific Northwest is beautiful anytime of year and most of the campgrounds here operate year-round. From Oregon’s outdoor playgrounds of Bend and the Mt. Hood area to several Oregon coast locations, plus Washington State’s 14 locations including near Seattle, in charming Leavenworth and several coastal resorts, there’s so much to see and do here while camping with Thousand Trails in the rugged and wonderful Pacific Northwest. Make plans to attend the annual Mt. Hood Salmon Fest in October or enjoy the Washington State International Kite Festival in Long Beach this August.
California has 25 different campgrounds, located both coastal and inland, and near cities including Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, and Sacramento. Wine Country experiences are an option with stays at Marina Dunes (Carmel Wine Country) or Thousand Trails Russian River (Napa/Sonoma Wine Country). Coastal resorts include Oceanside and Pacific Dunes while national park proximity to Joshua Tree (Thousand Trails Palm Springs) and Yosemite (Thousand Trails Yosemite Lakes) are an option.
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Midwest attractions include the Wisconsin Dells and several other lake-loving Wisconsin locations, Indiana’s Amish Country and Covered Bridges, Michigan and Ohio’s shores, and big city attractions in both Chicago and Cincinnati can be found when camping in any of our 16 Midwest locations. Summer in the Midwest is definitely an experience with all kinds of state and county fairs, professional and semi-pro baseball, and of course, the lakes and rivers just ripe for fishing, canoeing, and soaking up the summer sun.
East Coast opportunities include stays in New Hampshire (Tuxbury Pond) and Massachusetts – both in the Berkshires (Thousand Trails Sturbridge) and three Cape Cod locations. Maine has five resorts, including three in Bar Harbor alone. New York’s Adirondacks are an option with Lake George resorts while Pennsylvania Dutch Country as well as the Pocono Mountains are options in the Keystone State with 13 campgrounds to choose from.
Camp the Carolinas with locations both inland and coastal. Virginia has 7 campgrounds and historic Williamsburg and the annual Urbanna Oyster Fest can be enjoyed while camping with us. Georgia beckons with a campground nestled in the Georgia Pines (Pine Mountain RV Resort) but close enough to enjoy Atlanta attractions and, of course, Florida’s offerings include more than 40 resorts set among both coasts and inland. More southern hospitality and camping combine when camping in our Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Texas locations. City and country blend when camping in these locations and exploring the heritage and culture of our Southern offerings. Plan a route that takes you from Texas to Florida or explore the Carolinas from seashore to scenic highways and byways.
- Resolve to get out and camp more this year, and try to tackle something new this year!
- Brighten up your year and find some of the most colorful places across the country. We put together a list of bright spots for you to visit!
- Hit the road and don’t miss these epic road trips! Your memory bank and RV will thank you.
- We know a lot of you focus on health in January, and this month is National Oatmeal Month – a healthy option for breakfast!
- Explore the Thousand Trails Camping Pass and the Thousand Trails Cabin Pass!
- Find more campgrounds at ThousandTrails.com.