Come one, Come all! Join us in the fun and festivities! Guests of the campground and from the local area are all competing as Chili Chef's. Grab a bite and cast your vote! We will have live music, a jumping castle, face painting, door prize and local vendors to include: Pin-Up Pastries Desserts and Sentinel Peak Brewing Company!
$5 to enter as a Chili Chef Contestant
$8.50 per adult entrance fee
$5.50 per child entrance fee (Children under 5 get in free!)
Purchase your tickets at: https://tucsonlazydayskoa.ticketspice.com/1st-annual-chili-cook-off
or Pay CASH ONLY at the door!
***All proceeds go towards KOA Care Camps!***
(Anyone interested in being part of the chili chef competition please e-mail Shelby at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 520-954-0896)
Be sure to join us this fall for Thanksgiving Weekend at KOA. We have activities planned for the kids, two swimming pools, a playground, and Banana Bike rentals for the entire family! For Thanksgiving Day, we will be hosting dinner in our event tent and providing a carved turkey with two bottles of wine to every table. Make sure to put your name on the sign-up sheet to bring a side dish!
Ho! Ho! Ho! Join us as we host our first ever "A Christmas Story" weekend! We will have various contests based on the movie such as a BB Gun contest. You may even see a guy in a large bunny suit walking around the campground!
Think you have the ugliest Christmas sweater we have ever seen? Then come dressed to impress! Prize for the Ugliest Sweater! We will provide the Meat and two bottles of wine for every table, you bring the sides! See you this PRE-Christmas Eve in the enclosed patio!
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