During the second weekend of September, we went on QUITE the glamping trip with friends. We packed up the kiddos and headed off on a 3-hour journey to a Jellystone Campground… but not for your average camping… because let’s be real, life is just a little easier with running water and a kitchen. And with 4 children under the age of 5, we were looking for easy & relaxing.
SO, we rented the grand Villa for the weekend and enjoyed all of the luxuries Yogi Bear & the Jellystone Park had to offer us, which was a bit less than normal, as we were a week or so past season.
The park-ground was a bit of a ghost town, but that made it all the better!
Our villa was a two-bedroom with a loft, full kitchen and a bathroom. See, glamping! AKA glamorous camping. To add to the hilarity, we actually had the kiddos stay in the bedrooms (our kids in one, our friends’ kids in the other) and the adults stayed upstairs in the loft, which featured 4 twin beds. This setup made our late-night camp fires easier.
The Jellystone theme for the weekend was “A weekend at the farm” and was filled with tons of activities from candy bar “horse races” to finding a needle in a haystack. We had such a great time!
The weekend itinerary:
I loved the early mornings strolling around the quiet campgrounds. It was one for the books!
Needle in a haystack:
Candy Bar Horse Races:
Craft Time with BooBoo:
Playing with Friends Near the Villa:
Egg Toss & Playing on the “Foot Pool” Field:
Dinner, Smores & Spooky Stories Around the Campfire:
Bedtime Story with Ranger Smith:
A little lunch & Yogi Bear upon arriving home: