Sunday, July 9, 2017

A Camper's Paradise is Just a Drive Away: Thousand Trails Camping Resorts #100DaysofCamping


This summer, my family has been hitting the road pretty frequently. In fact, my father-in-law asked us if we were going to be home at all this summer! Our travels have taken us to Topsail Island, NC, to Florida, and also to a really beautiful campground that just happens to be 25 minutes from our home. In early June, our family had the amazing opportunity to visit Forest Lake Preserve, which is part of Thousand Trails campgrounds for RVs, campers, etc- all over the country! I am not really a camping type girl, but the idea of camping always sounds so appealing to me. Forest Lake Preserve really made quite an impression on our family, offering beautiful campsites, cabins, and fantastic amenities!
My heart has definitely been changed after our fabulous visit to Forest Lake Preserve. I now feel like I want to camp every weekend! You can check out my full review of Forest Lake Preserve over at Things That Make People Go Aww.

Check out some more pictures from our fun-filled weekend away...

Lovely view of the lake from our cabin's deck.


Beautiful cabin interior, just like home.


Beautiful private lakeside cabin with gas grill fire pit, and deck.


Awesome family pool with separate wading pool. There was also an adults only pool and spa adjacent to this pool.


Relaxing private fire pit!


Perfect for campers of all ages!

We had the best time at Forest Lake Preserve, and we cannot thank their staff enough for their warm welcome and friendly hospitality. We honestly can't wait to go back! We'd love to book a weekend in a cabin again, or even try setting up a campsite in a camper! Forest Lake Preserve has everything your family needs to enjoy nature, and get back to basic, without having to travel far from home. There's an on site restaurant, a chapel, a game room, common area, movies on the lawn, playgrounds, trails, pools, miniature golf, and more! Your family won't need screens here- mine sure didn't.

To learn more about Thousand Trails or to find a property near you, visit the Thousand Trails website. 

Which Thousand Trails property would you love to stay at this summer? 
Give us a clue in the comments.


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