Camping, for so long, has meant bug bites, frustrating tent set-ups, stray animals, a little less clean environment, cold nights… We have grown up getting used to the idea that camping is equal to isolating ourselves from modernization. We are far away from electrical sockets, fast food, clean toilets and comfortable beddings… However, these days, camping seems to present more opportunities for people who just aren’t the type to “rough it.”
Over the years, camping resorts have started popping out. These resorts aren’t necessarily expensive. In fact, most of them are actually quite budget-friendly. They come in all sorts of concepts in designs but generally share the following features:
* swimming pools and playgrounds
* activities such as canoe-ing and horse-riding
* various kids summer programs
* canvass tents equipped with cots /etc.
* tents or bungalows with amenities including cooking facilities
One of the most recommended camping resorts on the web is the Yogi Bear Jellystone Park. This camping resort has tons of fun activities lined up for the whole family, depending on which destination you choose. (There are around 70 in all) Aside from the swimming pools and water slides, there are also Jellystone parks that are situated near rivers, streams and beaches.
The choice of location allows you the use of paddle boats and motor boats. Fishing and gem-hunting go side by side with the park’s numerous National and State Parks. There are also game rooms available for those who miss their computer games at home. Whether you are an RV-type of person or the camp and pitch type, Jellystone Park will have a space for you. And of course, since the park follows the Yogi Bear theme, don’t be too surprised to find your favorite Yogi Bear characters making an appearance!
For those who are not yet ready to take the outdoors to the next level, camping resorts should be a good alternative for you.