For the people who have problems sleeping when first staying at a new place, there are some options to help you get settled more quickly at the campground. There will be unfamiliar sounds in the night while you are here. You might hear the quiet conversations of your neighbors who have gathered around their campfire. A neighbor’s dog might bark, or small animals may skitter around at the base of your rig. A family of campers may arrive after dark and you’ll hear them trying to quietly get set up.
Having a source of white noise can help light sleepers adapt quickly to their camping nights. You may want to bring a fan or a radio with you. There are phone apps that can provide calming sounds as well. Having a soothing sound play in your tent or RV during the night will help you sleep and reduce the unfamiliar sounds of the campground that would otherwise wake you up or keep you from falling asleep in the first place.
We want your stay with us to be as relaxing and refreshing as possible. We think a good night’s sleep is a big part of your overall enjoyment of your time here. Consider bringing a sleep aid with you when you come camping and let the days take care of themselves. You’ll be laughing and enjoying time with family as you get some much needed rest through the night.