GoCampingAmerica.com | Posted May 2nd,


    Stay in a what?? Unique Campground


    Happy Camper Blog



    As you plan
    your next camping trip, why not change things up a bit and find a totally
    different kind of place to stay? You’ll be amazed by the unique
    accommodations you can find at campgrounds across the country. Here are a few
    fun picks for you to consider.

    Camping in a Hobbit HouseInhabit a
    Hobbit House

    Rohrersville, MD

    The author J.R.R. Tolkien once famously said, “Not all those who
    wander are lost,” and if you’re a fan of his work, you just may want to book
    a stay at the Hobbit House at The Treehouse Camp – Maple Tree Campground.
    You’ll enjoy wandering around on the campground’s 20 wooded acres that back
    up to the Appalachian Trail, and the house is everything you’d expect. It has
    a rounded door (of course), wildflowers sprouting from the roof, a thatch-covered
    porch decorated with solar fairy lights, a wood stove for heating and
    cooking, a mural of an enchanted forest and a hand-made harvest

    The Treehouse Camp – Maple Tree


    Camp in a Covered Wagon

    Santa Barbara, CA

    Have you ever wondered what life was like for America’s settlers
    who traveled out west in covered wagons? Now you can experience a bit of that
    lifestyle yourself. Rancho Oso RV & Camping Resort in Santa Barbara
    rents a covered wagon that sleeps four on cots. It even has a fire pit and
    BBQ area so you can cook outdoors just like those early settlers

    Rancho Oso RV
    & Camping Resort 


    Try a Teepee

    Ludington, MI

    The term teepee (or tipi) comes from the Lakota word for
    “dwelling,” and your kids will love dwelling in one of these traditional
    conical structures. Vacation Station RV Resort’s teepee is built on a wood
    deck and is equipped with one queen bed, two twin beds, a table with benches
    and a dresser. There’s also a fire ring to provide the ideal spot for telling
    tales around the campfire.

    Station RV Resort


    Catch a CabooseCaboose Camping

    Stanardsville, VA

    If you’re a railroad buff, what could be more fun than staying in
    a caboose? Heavenly Acres Campground’s renovated cabooses come in two sizes.
    One of these repurposed train cars sleeps four and the other sleeps two, and
    they each come with a fully-equipped kitchen and bath. Be sure to book early
    because the availability of these fun accommodations is

    Heavenly Acres


    Aspire to an Airstream

    Watsonville, CA

    For a truly vintage experience, try camping in an Airstream, one
    of those iconic rounded trailers made of polished aluminum. The heated and
    air-conditioned model available for rent at the Santa Cruz/Monterey Bay KOA
    sleeps up to four and includes a partial kitchen with dinette, full bath with
    shower, TV, patio with patio furniture and a fire ring and gas

    Cruz/Monterey Bay KOA


    Delight in a Double DeckerDouble Decker

    Narvon, PA

    Double Decker buses aren’t just for sightseeing — at Lake-In-Wood
    Resort, they’re for camping, too! The campground’s big green bus sleeps two
    adults and two kids and includes air-conditioned sleeping quarters on the
    second floor, a sitting area with table, small refrigerator, microwave,
    toaster and TV. There’s even a chandelier! The outside area includes a gas
    grill, covered dining area, picnic table and fire ring.



    Yearn for a Yurt

    Pine Mountain, GA

    Yurts, which are circular tents supported by a latticework
    structure, date back thousands of years when they were used by nomads as they
    crossed the steppes of Central Asia. Today, they are decidedly more
    comfortable, and the climate-controlled yurts available for rent at Pine
    Mountain RV Resort’s “Yurt Village” include many comforts of home, like wood
    floors, windows, comfortable beds with fresh linens, and even a skylight. The
    yurts come in 16′, 20′ and 24′ sizes which sleep four, six and eight or more
    guests respectively, and each yurt has a deck, picnic table and fire

    Pine Mountain RV