Try These Outdoor Enthusiast Hobbies for National Hobby Month!

Try These Outdoor Enthusiast Hobbies for National Hobby Month!

If one of your resolutions for 2024 was to find a new hobby, read on. We’ve got some ideas where you can combine your new hobby with a great camping experience:

Spelunking: Spelunking, or caving, is the hobby of exploring wild cave systems. If going below is the way to go for you, check out these great caving experiences while camping nearby. Kentucky’s Mammoth Cave National Park is home to the longest cave system on earth and is less than ten miles from Thousand Trails Diamond Caverns RV & Golf Resort. The National Park offers a variety of cave tours daily, so visit to learn more. Another great caving opportunity is Tuckaleechee Caverns (, in Tennessee, which is open from March through November and bills itself as “the greatest sight under the Smokies.” Book a spring camping trip to Pigeon Forge Landing RV Resort and check out these magnificent Tennessee caverns.

Kentucky’s Mammoth Cave National Park

Snorkeling: Dive in and enjoy some snorkeling at these great underwater spots near our campgrounds. Book a stay at Fiesta Key RV Resort and Marina and head over to John Pennekamp State Park on Key Largo to check out the Christ of the Abyss, a submerged nine-foot tall bronze statue of Christ located 25 feet off the coast. For more snorkeling adventures, plan a stay at Sunshine Key RV Resort and Marina on Big Pine Key and take advantage of the on-site watersports company, Charter Rentals LLC, that offers great snorkeling opportunities right from the resort.

Fiesta Key RV Resort and Marina

Photography: Yosemite National Park is one of the most photographed national parks in the U.S. and certainly one of the most beautiful spots on earth to photograph, whether from the perspective of a beginner or seasoned pro. Book a stay at Thousand Trails Yosemite Lakes and head over to the very nearby Yosemite and get snapping. And, not only is Yosemite a great place for budding photogs, but it also has the Ansel Adams Gallery which showcases the works of one of America’s most famous landscape photographers as well as the works of many others. Yosemite also offers photography walks, classes, and workshops. Check out for more info. What about catching some famous, and oft-photographed famous landmarks – book a stay at San Francisco RV and try your hand at capturing the beauty of the Golden Gate Bridge, with or without fog cover. Or the iconic Haystack Rock, just off the coast of Oregon’s Cannon Beach and less than 10 miles from Thousand Trails Seaside.

@thousandtrails A weekend in nature is sometimes all you need. 😌 #thousandtrails #yosemitelakes ♬ original sound – kissounds

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