If you’re driving along one of Texas’ many highways this month (to visit a Thousand Trails or Encore campground, no doubt) peer out your window and you may see little blue, fuzzy flowers peeking through the ground. Those flowers are the Bluebonnets – the state flower of Texas. Bluebonnet season is in full bloom by … [Read more…]
If you’re reading this before July 19, you still have to time to celebrate with us as Thousand Trails celebrates 45 Years of Making Camping Memories across our preserves. Each preserve will celebrate this milestone in their own way on Saturday, July 19. There will be Ice Cream Socials, contests, giveaways and of course, cake! … [Read more…]
Make a New Year’s Resolution to see what other Zones have to offer. Read on to see what our other Zones may offer that’s similar to your favorite spot in your Zone. If you love the variety of fishing opportunities that the Midwest Zone offers, consider visiting these other Zones to see what’s jumping! In … [Read more…]
Northwest Zone We have plenty to be thankful in our Northwest Zone, including mountains, Pacific coast beaches, hiking trails, lots of fishing and 18 great locations to choose from to enjoy it all. Come visit us and see our newest reasons to be thankful: • Oregon •Bend/Sunriver’s new Welcome Center • Newly renovated cabanas and … [Read more…]
Northeast Zone We have plenty to be thankful in our Northeast Zone, including beaches and boardwalks, quaint villages and historic sites, plus 14 great locations to choose from to enjoy it all. Come visit us and see our newest reasons to be thankful: Maine • Moody Beach’s cable television access and cable packages • Massachusetts … [Read more…]
Zone News Congratulations to Kentucky’s Diamond Caverns Resort & Golf Club on earning the RCI® Hospitality designation for 2014! Diamond Caverns received the recognition for its outstanding hospitality and check-in/check-out service. Plan and stay with us in 2014 at the award- winning resort and experience their outstanding hospitality first-hand.
What do you get when you take an old badminton court, improvised badminton racquets and a perforated plastic ball? Pickleball! At least that’s what happened back in 1965 when Joel Pritchard, a Washington State congressman along with friend and successful businessman, Bill Bell, brought all that together to come up with a game for their … [Read more…]
Hearing the word “mega” before anything implies a whole slew of things. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, mega can be defined as the highest level of rank, excellence or importance. So, what do you picture when you hear Mega RVs? We asked our members to send in photos of their mega RVs. From mega features … [Read more…]