October is known for fall camping fun, from spooktacular campground Halloween-themed events to leaf peeping color tours of nature’s autumn beauty.
- 1 October is known for fall camping fun, from spooktacular campground Halloween-themed events to leaf peeping color tours of nature’s autumn beauty.
- 2 Fall Camping Fun abounds!
- 3 Resources to Help you Plan Fall Camping Fun
- 4 And then there was the time Jen and I became Zombies
- 5 Check out this Southwest Adventure Guide Bundle (Arizona, Utah, & Colorado)
- 6 Finally! Mike and Jennifer’s Michigan Bundle (Michigan’s Lower Peninsula AND Michigan’s Upper Peninsula)
This week on the RV Podcast, we talk to a representative of Jellystone Parks about how fall camping fun has made October one of the busiest times of the year for RVers – so busy that weekend reservations are needed long in advance in most state parks and private campgrounds.
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Fall Camping Fun abounds!
In recent years, October has become one of the busiest camping times of the year. Fall Camping is very popular… so popular it’s almost impossible to get a reservation for a weekend in October.
One of the leading groups behind that trend is the very popular family-themed network of Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Parks. This week, we talk to Marley Behnke of Camp Jellystone to learn more about this annual fall phenomenon and get an idea of what activities may be happening near you.
You can hear or watch the full interview with the players above.
Resources to Help you Plan Fall Camping Fun
We have so many resources to share with you to help you get out there and enjoy this special month in your RV.
But for starters, check out this video that we did showing how much fun can be had on Halloween campouts. The campground we show is in Southwest Michigan but is typical of what is happening all month long all across the country.
Here are stories we’ve done that will help in your fall camping planning:
- Halloween Makes for a Busy Month at Campgrounds
- 13 Great Halloween RV Destinations
- 8 Alluring Spooky Road Trips for October
- Halloween RV Campouts
- Halloween RV Weekends Draw Big Crowds
- Creepy Places to Visit in your RV
- Fun Places to Visit in the Fall
And then there was the time Jen and I became Zombies
I can’t do a blog story about Halloween time without sharing this video story… about the time we got so caught up in the fun that we became Zombies!
Check out this Southwest Adventure Guide Bundle (Arizona, Utah, & Colorado)
When Jennifer and I travel to the southwest, we are continually amazed at the majesty and beauty this country has to offer. And it’s really hard to stay in just one state! So we created this Bundle for you in case you like to travel as we do.
We put together our Southern Utah Guide, Colorado Guide, and our NEW Arizona Guide into this 3-State Bundle at a very reduced price!
Each of these RV travel guides is a seven-day guided exploration of some amazing places to explore in these states. And each stop is a curated view of the best things that we’ve enjoyed on these trips and want you to experience.
Finally! Mike and Jennifer’s Michigan Bundle
(Michigan’s Lower Peninsula AND Michigan’s Upper Peninsula)
This Michigan Bundle contains our ever-popular Guide to the Upper Peninsula PLUS our newest Guide on the LOWER Peninsula! Here’s a little on both ebooks (not a printed book):
Michigan’s Upper Peninsula Adventure Guide: This ebook is a seven stop guided exploration of the Michigan UP. We provide a suggested route and itinerary, links to multiple campgrounds and boondocking spots, and the best spots to see along the way. Don’t plan your trip to the Upper Peninsula without it!
Michigan’s Lower Peninsula Adventure Guide: This guide explores the Lower Peninsula, also known as ‘the Mitten.” You can easily spot its mitten shape on the map. Most of this guide follows the coast of Lake Huron and Lake Michigan, with a little bit of Lake Erie down near Detroit.