From catching fireflies under the stars, to s'mores, to fishing with your little buddy in a shallow river just deep enough for him to wade in, camping is the best way to enjoy your summer vacation with the kids.
Here are three different options for taking the family for the road trip to heaven in the great out-of-doors.
Snake River Park in Jackson Hole, WY, is close to everything awesome you want to see outdoors.
Their website explains where they are like this:
10 miles south of historic Jackson Hole, Wyoming
9 miles to the whitewater put-in of the Snake River Canyon
1 mile from the Hoback River
17 miles from Granite Hot Springs in the Bridger Teton National Forest
11 miles to the National Elk Refuge
12 miles to the Wildlife Museum
24 miles to Grand Teton National Park
80 miles to Yellowstone National Park
21 miles to Teton Village
186 steps to horseback riding
2 top-of-your-lungs Adele songs from the tubing put in north of the KOA
Hershey High Meadow Campground in Hershey, PA, combines campfires and roller coasters for all the fun of the great outdoors with the convenience and benefits of staying at an Official Resort of Hershey Park.
Year-round camping allows you to bring your tent, RV, or rent one of our cabins to enjoy the natural beauty of Hershey The Sweetest Place On Earth!
Lake Texoma State Park in Kingston, OK, is one of many state parks in the Texas and Oklahoma region where fun in the sun fades into pleasant evenings full of great family fun.
Eisenhower State Park is perched on the rocky bluffs above Lake Texoma. Enjoy camping, group facilities, picnicking, swimming, boating, fishing, hiking and biking trails.
And there's even a park store where you can find that thing you always forget to bring!
And, of course, make sure your kids are wearing their favorite camo t-shirts. Better yet, these won't let them blend into the woods when you're trying to find them! Happy Camping!