The “dog days of summer” are here, but it’s not over yet! When you look back at the summer of 2015 how will you remember it? If you can’t think of anything, then we have a bucket list of 50 things to cross off that summer bucket list!

    1. Camp at TT
    2. Take a photo with your #100daysofcamping rally towel
    3. Canoe
    4. Learn the words to the Thousand Trails Anthem
    5. Catch a fish
    6. Enter an eating contest
    7. Attend a music festival
    8. Visit a winery
    9. Take a brewery tour
    10. Ride your bike on the trails
    11. Visit a national monument 
    12. Enter a fishing tournament
    13. Participate in camp wars
    14. Sleep under the stars
    15. Try a new recipe
    16. Swim in some hot springs
    17. Roll down a hill
    18. Do Geocaching and find a cache
    19. Play tag
    20. See a play or a concert at an outdoor amphitheater
    21. Start a kickball game
    22. Grill something you’ve never grilled before
    23. Cliff jump
    24. Pick summer berries and make a berry pie
    25. Make a Juicy Lucy
    26. Catch a jar of lightning bugs
    27. Try stuffed peppers with your own twist
    28. Ride in a hot air balloon
    29. Go horseback riding
    30. Visit a wildlife refuge
    31. See a drive-in movie
    32. Make lemonade
    33. Run the trail of a champion
    34. Hide a cache
    35. Hide a cache that has significance to your family history
    36. Hide a cache that has historical significance
    37. Attend a county fair
    38. Ride a ferris wheel
    39. Swim in a river
    40. Tie-dye t-shirts
    41. Pickle some veggies
    42. Take a break from your phone by leaving it off for at least 24 hours
    43. Learn to surf
    44. Tour the Finger Lakes
    45. Hike the trails near your TT Campground 
    46. Take a road trip
    47. Eat a lot of ice cream
    48. Write a letter to an old friend and send it via “snail mail
    49. Have a water gun fight
    50. Make more memories at Thousand Trails!

What’s on you summer bucket list? Tell us in the comments!

One Comment

  1. Camp in Glacier National Park. Recent fires have made going through the park as a tourist would. Now I’m waiting for the east entrance to open and people leaving for the school year. I’m hoping to kayak with my new 4th kayak. I was in Glacier many times as a child and once when I graduated from high school. I’m 67 and looking forward to revisiting childhood memories.

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