The fun-filled themed weekends Spacious Skies Campgrounds rolled out this season are about to take on a decidedly fall flavor, according to a press release.
Heading into fall, weekends will feature topics such as “Halloween Preview,” “Oktoberfest,” “Halloween Blowout” and “Monster Mash.”
“When we introduced our themed weekends earlier this year, we quickly learned that our guests are abundantly creative and endlessly enthusiastic,” said Ali Rasmussen, co-founder of Spacious Skies Campgrounds. “From decorating their RVs to participating in games and craft sessions, our themed weekends have become events that bring out the kid in everyone, no matter their age. Our fall themes are sure to be favorites, with extra opportunities to show off costumes, decorate pumpkins and collect sweet treats, all while making fun camping memories with friends and family.”
With 15 locations stretching from Maine to Georgia, Spacious Skies is a growing company that acquired its first campground two years ago. It has since undertaken a program to improve infrastructure, enhance amenities, add lodging options and introduce activities at each location. The regional concentration in the Eastern U.S. enables campers to visit multiple locations and experience what makes each spot unique while enjoying a familiar Spacious Skies experience.
For campers looking to explore multiple campgrounds in the Spacious Skies universe or book numerous stays at the same park, the Spacious Skies Loyalty Program offers 12% off all reservations for its “Cosmic Camper” members.
While enjoying themed weekends in the next two months, guests may encounter fellow campers participating in the Spacious Skies Campgrounds Fall Color Trail. The trail highlights the fall color as it progresses from campground destination to destination from North to South. This fall color will be celebrated during a number of fall weekends, notably “Fall Festival + Pumpkin” (Oct. 20-21).
Guests can reserve RV sites as well as cabins, tent sites, retro RV rentals and yurts where available online or by calling individual campgrounds.