Memphis is the ideal place for a good, old-fashioned camping adventure! This summer, if you have children or pets, or perhaps both, take a break from moving to Memphis and take all members of your family on a camping trip! Rent an RV, or drive over and rent a cabin in any of the following camp sites in Memphis.
Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park: Just north of Memphis, this special state park includes several miles of hiking ground. It is open land for adventurers to examine every inch of, and each inch will offer something new to discover after moving to Memphis. There are exhibits of wild animals such as turtles, salamanders, and a butterfly garden. The land is also open to horses.
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp Resort: Located in Memphis, Jellystone Park hosts events during the summer. For example, June 3-9 is Caribbean Week, and it will include exciting competitions such as a treasure hunt as well as a fruit race. Safari Weekend is July 8-10, and it honors all the animals out there by conducting a game of animal charades, having an elephant peanut race, and hosting a secret contest that won’t yet be revealed.
Graceland RV Park and Campground: This campground is walking distance from Elvis Presley’s home, and it contains numerous attractions. There are biking and walking trails that snake around the land, and there is also a swimming pool for your family to enjoy after moving to Memphis. There is space for you to build a tent next to your campfire if you choose to do that. There are also cabins that contain the full list of amenities, including heating and air-conditioning.