We Believe You'll Love the Benefits of Camping at KOA
Camping truly is for everyone, from your oldest family member to little campers just trekking out for the first time. Whether your plan is to relax, explore or reconnect, KOA campgrounds are a great place to create memories with those you love.
Here are just a few of the reasons we believe so many people love camping:
Making memories: Camping is sure to be an experience your family will never forget. From a day spent exploring everything your campground has to offer to an evening roasting s'mores around the campfire, these memories will last forever.. Plus, the chance to learn new skills and experience new things keeps us all young at heart!
Family connections: Camping provides you and your family with a unique opportunity to reconnect and spend time together. Cooking over the fire, telling stories under the stars and hitting the road together strengthens bonds and gives everyone a chance to take part.
Learning opportunities: Whether you're cooking outside for the first time, taking a family hike or teaching your children how to fish, there are endless opportunities to experience new skills and adventures on a camping trip.
Physical activity: Setting up the tent, unpacking the car or organizing your gear in the RV are all ways to get active and you can stay moving with fun activities like hiking and swimming. Plus, a full day of activity and fun often leads to a great night’s sleep!
Stress reduction: On a scale of one to ten, Americans rate their stress level on an average at 4.9, which means most of us experience at least moderate stress on a day-to-day basis. Life is fast-paced and full of things that demand attention, but camping offers a wonderful departure. Getting some fresh air and sunshine and participating in activities with family and friends is a great way to feel recharged and refreshed. 68% of all campers agree that camping is a great way to escape the stress of everyday life and almost half of all campers say that camping has a "great deal of impact" on reducing stress and allowing them to spend more time with their families.