Are you looking for a way to enjoy RVing without the hassles of packing, towing, and setting up? If so, seasonal camping just might be for you. Seasonal camping has been growing in popularity as more and more RVers figure out why this lifestyle is perfect for them.
Reserve a site for the full season.
April 1 to October 21, 2023 Site Map
Full Hook-up Sites: 184V, 198, 328C, 363, 364, 415, 443
Water, Electric & Cable Sites: 141, 172, 254
Price: $6.000 plus metered electrical usage. A deposit of $3,000 is payable upon booking. The balance of $3,000 is payable by April 1, 2023.
FREE – Included at no charge: up to two FREE tickets to the Country & Western Music Festival ($65 ea.) AND up to two FREE tickets to the Cajun & Zydeco Music and Dance Festival ($170 ea.)
Metered Electrical Usage: There is also a $800 electrical usage deposit required by April 1, 2023. The meters will be read and photographed on April 1, July 1, and October 21, 2023. The current rate is $0.27 per kWh. The actual usage will be deducted from the $800 electrical deposit, and the balance refunded by Dec. 1, 2023.
Cancellation: If the reservation is cancelled before April 1, 2023, $2,000 will be refunded by April 1, 2023. No refunds will be issued for cancellations after April 1, 2023.
WINTER STORAGE: Avoid the hassle of moving at the end of the camping season. Winter storage on the same seasonal site is available until April 1, 2024, at $150 per month, paid in advance.
* All Strawberry Park terms & conditions apply.
*All rates, dates, and terms & conditions are subject to change without notice.
What is seasonal camping?
Seasonal camping is when you rent a long-term spot at a campground and, leave your RV there even when you aren’t in it.
Is Seasonal Camping for You?
Seasonal camping might appeal to you if:
- You like to head to the campground at the last minute. If you find yourself deciding to camp on short notice, you may have trouble finding open campsites. Having a seasonal spot means no more making reservations!
- You dislike the weekend camping hustle. By the time you get off work on Friday, get home, and get hooked up and packed up, you are exhausted when you arrive at the campground. You face the same struggle when you get home on Sunday. Having a seasonal spot means you can load up the essentials and head to the campground with much less hassle.
- You are paying for off-site storage. If you have an HOA or other reasons for not storing your RV at home, you might find a seasonal campsite that costs only slightly more than paying for storage.
- You would like to be part of a community. Some campgrounds have a lot of seasonal campers, and you may enjoy socializing at the campground.
- You’d like an affordable vacation home. If you’ve considered getting a vacation home near one of your favorite destinations, a seasonal campsite would give you a similar experience, while also allowing the flexibility to take your RV offsite for trips.