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Want to spend S’more time together?

As parents, we often want to give our children the best life has to offer. In today’s world this idea can get very misconstrued with ideas ranging from the greatest, new video games, the best toys on the market or the most recent, updated piece of technology. However, in a recent 2013 poll, when asked the question of what they would most like to receive as a gift from their parents, over 70% of children gave the answer of TIME.
Just being together and spending time with each other was seen as a greater gift to children than any top-rated toy, game or piece of technology.

Camping offers families a way to spend quality time together.
It’s a great way to bring families closer because everyone gets to contribute toward the same goal. Each person rediscovers the joy of the simple things in life like, reading a great book, campfires, staying up late, waking up in the morning to the sound of the birds, giggling and laughing together.

Adults who have experienced camping as a child related their greatest childhood memories to sitting around the campfire and talking with the family while roasting hot, marshmallow s’mores.
Start creating your great family memories by spending s’more time together!

Look below for the s’more recipe


  • Graham Crackers
  • Bag of marshmallows
  • Chocolate bars
  • Skewers
  • Baby wipes for sticky hands

As sunset approaches, it’s the perfect time of the evening to get the fire ready, get out the camp chairs and enjoy that quality time together making s’mores.

Whether you like your roasted marshmallow lightly browned or charcoaled, the perfect added combination is  Hershey’s milk chocolate and graham crackers.

Try something new by adding a Reeses Peanut Butter cup instead of chocolate bars.  Eat and Enjoy!

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