With National Day of Unplugging fast approaching, it got us thinking of the many locations where you can unplug and still have a memorable, affordable and socially distant break from everyday life. National Day of Unplugging is a 24-hour global respite from technology set between March 5th-6th but at Thousand Trails, vacationers can find beautiful campground destinations to unplug from their daily lives any time of year.
With properties across North America, all offer full hook up RV sites and many include unique accommodations such as tiny houses, yurts, and cottages. Guests can choose from locations like a western themed ranch in Santa Barbara, a unique Florida getaway, a lakeside retreat in Texas and a tiny house village outside of Seattle.
Here are just a few of the 81 Thousand Trails locations where guests can get away and enjoy the National Day of Unplugging:
Rancho Oso RV & Camping Resort allows you to vacation at a western themed ranch, secluded in the beautiful mountains of Santa Barbara, where you can stay in a teepee or covered wagon (or a more traditional stay in a cabin rental), or bring your RV. Explore 310 beautiful acres, filled with history dating back to 1845. Enjoy endless opportunities for horseback riding, hiking, and photography while also having the opportunity to participate in the onsite recreation events and entertainment. (Rancho Oso Media Kit)
Orlando RV Resort offers year-round recreation and relaxation in the heart of Florida’s orange grove country. This 255-acre RV campground is the ideal place to explore natural surroundings. Enjoy a relaxing walk from your campsite to the resort’s 60-acre spring-fed lake with white sandy beaches where you can sunbathe or just cast a line. Rent a boat right at the campground, enjoy the resort-style swimming pool, take in a round of pickleball, or spend some quality time with your furry friend at the on-site dog park. Bring your RV or glamp in a rental cottage. (Orlando RV Resort Media Kit)
Lake Conroe RV & Camping Resort is what family camping is all about. Conveniently located just north of Houston, this campground is a water lover’s dream come true. You can bring your boat and launch it right from the campground! Don’t have a boat? Then, rent one! Jon boats, paddle boats, kayaks, or canoes are all available. You can also enjoy the beautiful beach area or the resort-style swimming pool at the campground. The campground even has cabin rentals if you’re looking for more space on your vacation. (Lake Conroe Media Kit)
The Leavenworth Tiny House Village is a tiny gem that sits just east of Seattle with the beautiful Cascade Mountains providing the perfect backdrop to relax or enjoy numerous recreational activities in the secluded alpine setting Leavenworth, Washington. The village is home to tiny houses Adeline, Belle, Hanna, Otto and Rudolph, ranging in size from 181 to 307 square feet. From skiing at Steven’s Pass Ski Resort to ice fishing at Fish Lake, it’s the perfect spot to escape technology. The Bavarian town of Leavenworth is world famous for its Bavarian architecture, seasonal festivals, unique German restaurants, specialty shops, and art galleries. (Leavenworth Media Kit)
Please let me know if you’d like more information or have any questions about National Day of Unplugging or any of our locations across the country.
Happy National Day of Unplugging!