To celebrate my 29th year, Ryan took us camping. It’s something I haven’t done since I was small but have such fond memories of. My grandparents used to have a camper that we’d take up to the woods for a weekend of swimming in the creek, building fires, and going fishing. Definitely a tradition I want to pass on. By the end of the two-hour car ride, Hudson began asking near every mile marker if we made it to the forest yet, so we were all more than a little excited to arrive at this perfect little campground.
Here’s a peek inside. Hardly roughing it, the teepee comes equipped with wifi, electrical outlets, a space heater, wood floors, and two full sized futon beds, which were surprisingly comfortable. There are charcoal grills at each teepee station, and you can rent a propane fire pit for $10, but next time we’ll probably bring our own.
In the morning, we woke up to the smell of hot cakes and coffee courtesy of the camp food truck.
Nothing super fancy, but just a few yards from our teepee and totally hit the spot.
A bouquet of wildflowers. They were growing everywhere. Hudson picked a few for his mama.
Ryan and Hudson took turns playing peekaboo out of the teepee, and Hudson broke into uncontrollable giggling every time. Love those two.