Christmas Glamping, Scotsman Style

Earlier this month I had the opportunity to camp during Tyler State Park’s Pineywoods Christmas in the Park event.  Since I started camping with my little Scotsman trailer, I have wanted to camp at Tyler State Park, which is less than an hour’s drive from my home.  Tyler State Park holds many memories for me since it was a frequent destination for my parents and us kids.  I remember visiting the park as a kid after the lake’s dam broke and seeing that vast hole where the water used to be.  I also have some fun memories visiting the lake with my friends as a teenager.  It was good to see the park and the improvements that have been made since I last visited. 

Campers who agreed to decorate their sites were allowed to camp three nights free of charge.  What a great deal, and I had a nice shady spot near the restrooms and showers.  I thoroughly enjoyed decorating my trailer and site, visiting with fellow campers, and greeting the visitors who drove through the park in the evenings to see the lights and decorations.  

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Stay tuned for photos of the inside.  The weather was perfect for a Christmas camp out.  


By aencoker

Author, teacher, mom, grandmother, but most of all, Christian.

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