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Updated: Dec 16, 2023

Hey there! So, back in August 2021, we took the plunge and bought ourselves a campground, dreaming of turning it into this awesome mix of camping and glamping vibes. I've always known I'm a glamping kind of person, and hitting my 40s only made me more certain that roughing it out was not my style.

Picture this: It was the summer of 2021, and I stepped into an RV for the first time. Let me tell you, navigating the ins and outs of that camper was an adventure in itself. Opening the front steps, figuring out slides, mastering the art of using the kitchen and bathroom, showering, and, of course, becoming everyone's favorite expert on how to use the toilet. There's a bit of a learning curve, especially if your camping spot isn't fully hooked up with water, sewer, and electricity. Pumping black water (yeah, that's the sewer) was a first-time experience, but trust me, by the end of the camping season, you're a pro.

During that summer adventure, I picked up some pretty nifty RV skills. I became a pro at hooking up a propane tank, got savvy about when the grey water tank needed a little TLC, and became a toilet usage expert—knowing exactly when it was pushing its limits. It was like my crash course in all things camper life!

Now, let me tell you about glamping—it's a game-changer! Picture yourself in a bell tent or something similar, lounging on a comfy bed with basic amenities right there at your fingertips. All this while you're surrounded by nature, and the best part? No hassle of setting everything up! For me, it's all about convenience, effortlessness, and taking charge of my own relaxation. I love the idea of sitting back, deciding on dinner options, choosing a game or a book, and maybe starting a campfire—all without breaking a sweat. That, my friend, is the kind of mental and physical relaxation I crave when I'm on vacation.

The day we purchased our first camper. Going down memory lane on May 31st, 2021..sorry it was a little windy.

2013 Jayco Jay Flight 33RLDS

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We have come so far and learned so much. Plus I’ve got a lot more tools now. We’ve worked many 14+ hour days. I’m so glad I have Gosia on my side. She is the driving force behind our campground.


Loved the campground. Can’t wait to try “glamping”!

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