Thousand Trails Eyes ‘100 Days of Camping’ Campaign

Thousand Trails’ ninth annual #100DaysofCamping campaign kicks off Memorial Day weekend, encouraging people to camp all summer long. Guests of Thousand Trails campgrounds can take part in the campaign by sharing their camping photos via social media and tagging #100DaysofCamping. Prizes include a GoPro camera, eco-friendly camping items, a Thousand Trails Camping Pack and a grand prize package featuring a Thousand Trails Camping Pass.CHICAGO – Thousand Trails, the premier campground network that provides outdoor enthusiasts opportunities to enjoy the outdoors in top vacation destinations across North America, is launching its ninth annual #100DaysOfCamping campaign. The contest begins Memorial Day weekend, as the summer-long challenge encourages campers across the country to get outside and camp this season.

With approximately 100 days of camping to be enjoyed between Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day, Thousand Trails honors these popular summer vacation days as the featured #100DaysofCamping. Guests are encouraged to take part in the #100DaysofCamping campaign as a promise to slow down, get back to basics, enjoy the great outdoors, and reconnect with what matters most: Nature, friends, family, and yourself.

This season the popular Thousand Trails rally towels are back with guests receiving the towels at check-in over Memorial Day weekend. Guests are encouraged to display their rally towels in their camping photos all summer long, posting to social media with the hashtag #100DaysofCamping or uploading to for opportunities to win prizes like a GoPro camera, a Thousand Trails Camping Pack, eco-friendly camping accessories, and a grand prize package featuring a Thousand Trails Camping Pass.

“Thousand Trails visitors enjoy the events and activities we host throughout the year and with our ninth season of #100DaysOfCamping they can expect a little something extra,” said Pat Zamora, spokeswoman for Thousand Trails. “We enjoy providing unique opportunities for our guests to get out and camp, and this campaign is another way for guests to create special camping memories.”