CampCalNow President Dyana Kelley was featured in a “Fox News” report last week that highlights pre-Halloween themed activities taking place at campgrounds across the state.
“I think families are really looking for a very safe, fun activity that their kids can do,” Kelley said in her Oct. 8 appearance on Fox 40, the Fox News affiliate in Sacramento. “Most of the people that come to campgrounds for Halloween are (into) 100 participation. They are all there to join in the fun.”
According to a press release, Kelley highlighted several campgrounds with unique pre-Halloween and fall activities, including:
• 49er Village RV Park in Plymouth: This campground has campsite decorating contests and some park guests who convert their RVs into mini-haunted houses. The park is open to the public after 6 p.m. on Halloween themed weekends.
• Inn Town Campground in Nevada City: This campground’s activities include a Haunted Pathway, a craft hour and trick or treating at its sister property, The Outside Inn.
• San Francisco North / Petaluma KOA in Petaluma: This campground’s activities include a Spooktacular potluck as well as hay rides and a petting zoo.
• Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park in Lodi: This campground offers a pumpkin patch, campsite decorating and costume contests as well as Monster Mash parties.
Kelley held up a copy of this year’s camping guide, Camp-California! The Campers Guide to California and Nevada, throughout her report. She also told consumers they can visit Camp-California.com to find more information about Halloween activities as well as lots of other camping tips, which consumers can receive by signing up for the association’s Campfire Newsletter.
To watch the presentation click https://fox40.com/2019/10/08/get-outdoors-halloween-camping-for-families/.