Christmas Decorations at a Tiny Christmas Campout

We decorated our camper for Christmas this year at a Tiny Christmas Campout, an event that was held at Big Lagoon State Park in Pensacola, Florida.

This was one of the first camping trips we booked after becoming teardroppers.  Since mid-January, we have been looking forward to a camping trip with lots of teardrops decorated for Christmas.   The campout was scheduled for early December in Pensacola, Florida.

The Campout featured a decorating contest.  Decorating is not our forte, but we gave it our best efforts.  Our T@G is blue and grey, so we went with  blue Christmas decorations.   On this trip, our 10x 10 screen room was much needed for two reasons:  it gave us a heated area to hang out in and was an area we could decorate.

Our Santa tables

We had a very Tiny Christmas tree.  The presents below were for the Dirty Santa gift exchange at the potluck dinner later that evening.

Tiny Christmas tree

We did not do much with the inside of our camper, but we did have a Christmas pillow.

Inside of camper

My friend Trish painted some wine glasses with our camper on them and some coasters with a tiny camper.  We really love them.

Teardrop wine glasses

We placed lights on the front of the camper, which did not do much for daylight viewing, but it looked pretty cool at night.

Our decorated campsite

Sadly, we did not have the best decorated site.  There were several sites much better than ours, but it was still a good experience.  We actually put far more effort into decorating our camper than we did in our house.  We met a lot of really nice people and it got us into the Christmas spirit.

This was the first ever Tiny Christmas Campout and there will likely be one again next year.  I highly recommend it!   For those who are interested, I did a write up for the event this year and it is expected to appear in the January issue of Cool Tears magazine.

Wishing you a very merry Christmas and a new year filled with wonderful camping adventures!

Merry Christmas Everyone!



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