Through the years, I have learned some tricks of the trade through trial and error, and from fellow campers, family-travel bloggers, and experts like the folks at KOA. I'm happy to share those tips with you so that you too can have a great camping experience this summer!
Those lucky enough to have visited New England know this is a geographically and culturally rich and diverse area. From rolling farmlands, to sparkling lakes, to scenic mountains, to amazing shorelines, and big city delights…we have it all.
Most KOA family camping sites offer cabins, and the one we were going to near Astoria, Oregon offered multiple types of cabins, and they have heat. Cabins have a one-room or two-room option, and with or without a bathroom in-cabin.
For us it's all about the KOA family activities and getting-back-to-nature experiences that no hotel can ever match! So when we made our vacation plans to travel up to Lake Placid, New York for the weekend, we specifically looked for a place where we could enjoy some local adventures and then kick back together as...
I’m happy to share seven reasons to camp with teens at KOA and, hopefully, you’ll never hear "I'm bored" again. As kids get older it seems to get harder and harder to find a vacation that the entire family can agree upon, but we all love KOA.