So long sweet summer
The end of the summer marks the end of River Rock Adventure's first season.
It's a bitter sweet ending. We tried to press pause on summer but as much as we didn't want to say goodbye, all good things have to come to an end.
We spent the last year gearing up and camping out with you and we wouldn't have had it any other way! We know our concept is different and our business name is new but we are so honored that you guys have embraced our idea of what camping can be.
Never in a million years did we expect to have every weekend booked.
Our hearts are full.
Thank you for an amazing first season, we couldn't have done it without you.
You challenged us, which gave us the chance to learn, adapt and now evolve our campsite. We are thankful you have come to hang out with us both in person and online! You follow and share us on social media, as well as came out to make new outdoor memories with us. We definitely feel the love and appreciate your investment in us.
Goodbyes are hard.
"I could never in a hundred summers get tired of this.." -Susan Branch
So cheers to the 2020 season! We will be back. (terminator voice)
You spoke and we were listening!
Equipped with a ton of feedback from our 2019 season, we are heading back to the board to work on some new ideas for our 2020 season.
(What do you say to an extended season, new amenities, and discounted weekday rates?)
We will open next year with a renewed passion to get you outside and exploring!
Our goal is to make camping easy.
We plan on keeping you updated! Check our blog for updates!
If you're still reading this blog, thank you!
Well, we certainly didn't expect that.
Sorry about the mid-summer hiatus. Camp life kept us busier than we expected!
But we wouldn't have had it any other way! Hopefully you guys are still here and ready to adventure forward and onward in our blog!
Not only were we busy keeping campers happy, but we spent the summer adventuring too! We love our campsite and we spent a large chunk of our summer enjoying life down by the river, just like our campers. Almost everyday of the summer you would have found one of our River Rock Adventures family members out exploring on the water.
As much as we love to keep it local, we also get around! The River Rock Adventures family hiked the Smokey Mountains in Tennessee and camped the Rocky Mountains in Colorado this summer! We called it market research, we love what we do!
Smokey Mountains, Gatlinburg Tennessee.
Rocky Mountains, Kremmling Colorado.
July is camper appreciation month at river rock adventures!
July is the heart of the summer!
The sun is out, the days are long, and summer vacations are in full swing. So much happens in the month of July! Here at River Rock Adventures we want to let our campers know we appreciate them.
We are rolling into summer with coupon code discounts all month long!
Explore our blog to find a free firewood coupon!
Save big with weekday reservations made all month!
Use code WeekDay15 to save 15% on any remaining weekdays in the 2019 season!
Look for codes to save 10% on ANY reservation in the 2019 season on our social media accounts!
Come out and say HI! to us if you are in the Marietta, Pa area on July 6, 2019.
We will be hanging out in the party in the park! Read our Red, White & BOOM! blog post for more information.
*All coupon codes are case sensitive.
Give a Hoot, don't pollute!
We want campers to know that being river front is both a blessing and a burden.
We have no control over the trash that washes ashore. The river levels are constantly changing, with it comes hoards of trash and litter that wash into the bank. We only have a choice with what happens to it from there.
We are constantly and diligently removing trash from both the river and the campsite. We are fighting to take back our waterways from the path of pollution and so should you! Stop banking on someone else to care more than you. We hope that our campers care just as much as we do, we encourage everyone to pick up any trash they see while they are exploring.
We fell in love with the Susquehanna River lands as children and we want that to be an opportunity for all of the kids to come.