West Jefferson’s Camping Festival
Every last weekend of July, the High Country Bus Festival is being held. Considering that summer days are generally so scorching hot, this is a wonderful occurrence to make the most of the cool breeze high up in the mountain tops. However, it can get more chilly at night, so warm clothes are also a must! This event is more about gathering old and new friends together to embrace the spirit of camaraderie and just to have a fun and memorable weekend through camping in the outdoors. This camping event is generally held right at the New River in Crumpler, North Carolina.
Along the riverbank, a lot of people usually joins in on the fun. Even so, there are also a great deal of outdoor camping fundamentals to be found like the standard tents, the trailers, and some Recreational vehicles. True to the camping motif, no meals were given so you either have to learn how to magically produce food out of thin air or just basically load up some food basics and make meals over the standard flames from wood! The organizers usually hire local bands to play like Corduroy Commander. The musical genres being played are more of rock music, folk songs, and country music.
All along the camping area, there were more attractions to see aside from the usual scenery. What I’m making reference to are the camp sellers that provide a wide range of souvenirs and knick-knacks such as tie-dyed t-shirts, dreamcatchers and a lot of camping equipment.
One of the most-awaited activities in the High Country Bus Festival is the tubing activity. With just a few bucks, you can plunge into the river in style with a big and yellow intertube. This exciting task is more exceptional if you are in a team of men and women or with your close friends and family members. After that strenuous activity, a refreshing drink is usually served for a cheap price and you can just watch the magnificent view around the camping site. Cellphone reception is pretty much shabby in the camping location so you can take a break from the hustle and bustle of social media and work and just enjoy the company of your loved ones and close pals.
The setting can also make you come to feel a little bit more associated with Mother nature herself! This camping activity is also a sure way to help your kids develop an engaging relationship with other people as the High Country Bus Festival is a kid-friendly event.
Thus, if you want to have a good time with your family and friends then don’t miss out on the next High Country Bus Festival!