Our Best Day of Camping: The Vidrines
My family is new to camping in a trailer. We decided to stay at the Lafayette KOA in Scott, LA for our spring break. Our schedule was packed with museums and activities for the kids. We were gone from breakfast to supper. We really liked the park, but felt we didn’t get to experience all it had to offer.
When planning our next trip, which was during the 4th of July weekend, we knew we wanted to go back to Lafayette KOA. We decided that on this trip we would just stay at the park. We didn’t plan any activities outside of the KOA. We were not disappointed!
We found out that there would be a camp site decorating contest. We arrived prepared with flags, stars, stripes, and anything red, white, and blue that we could get our hands on. Our family worked hard to show our American pride and spirit.
We were also excited to find out that there would be a bike parade for the kids. Our two youngest children were going on the trip and we couldn’t wait for them to participate in the parade. We decorated our 2 year old’s small ride on toy and our 6 month old’s stroller. We had an AWESOME time.
Staying at the Lafayette KOA over the 4th of July weekend was one of the best vacations we have been on. We had the so much fun and we never even left the park!
Kenny & Brandi Vidrine
(Jacey, Mason, & Logan)