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Eco-Friendly Camping at Jellystone Park™ West Georgia

Tips for a Sustainable Stay

Hello, fellow campers! Here at Jellystone Park™ West Georgia, we’re not just about providing fun-filled experiences for families; we’re also committed to preserving the beautiful natural environment that makes our park so special. Today, we’re excited to share some tips on how you can join us in this mission by embracing eco-friendly camping during your stay.

Eco-Friendly Camping Tidbits

1. Respect Nature

Whether you’re staying in one of our cozy cabins, setting up camp at our RV sites, or pitching a tent under the stars, remember that we’re all guests in nature’s home. Keep a safe distance from wildlife, stick to designated paths when exploring the park, and avoid disturbing natural habitats.

2. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

We encourage all our guests to minimize waste. Instead of bringing pre-packaged snacks, consider packing homemade meals and snacks in reusable containers. Also, bring along reusable items such as water bottles, cutlery, and plates.

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3. Conserve Water

Water is a precious resource, and we can all do our part to conserve it. Be mindful of your water usage during your stay. For example, try to limit the length of your showers, turn off the faucet while brushing your teeth, and only run the campground’s washing machines with full loads.

4. Use Eco-Friendly Products

Consider using eco-friendly products during your stay. This includes biodegradable soaps and detergents, environmentally friendly bug spray, and even sunscreen. Not only are these products better for the environment, but they can also be gentler on your skin!

5. Be Mindful of Energy Use

Turn off lights and unplug electronics when you’re not using them. If you’re staying in one of our cabins or RV sites, consider using natural light during the day and keeping the windows open for a cool breeze instead of using air conditioning.

6. Practice Fire Safety

When enjoying a campfire, remember to keep it small and manageable, never leave it unattended, and always fully extinguish it before leaving your site or going to sleep. This not only prevents wildfires but also minimizes the impact on the local air quality.

7. Leave No Trace

The principle of “Leave No Trace” is a key part of eco-friendly camping. This means leaving your campsite as you found it, or even better, picking up any litter you see, even if it’s not yours.

By embracing these eco-friendly camping practices, you’re not only ensuring a more sustainable future for our planet, but you’re also teaching the younger generation the importance of environmental stewardship. And the best part? You’re doing all this while creating unforgettable memories with your loved ones at Jellystone Park™ West Georgia!


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Jellystone Park™ West Georgia

106 King St.
Bremen, GA 30110

(404) 855-2778