Campland on the Bay offers new open-air study hall
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The open-air study hall at Campland on the Bay. COURTESY PHOTO
The open-air study hall at Campland on the Bay. COURTESY PHOTO

Campland on the Bay recently unveiled a new open-air study hall amenity at the family-friendly waterfront RV resort. Open weekdays from 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. throughout the school year, the spacious, shaded area offers a quiet place for kids to attend school virtually and complete assignments during a midweek family getaway.

“During this unprecedented time where remote learning and working has become the norm, many parents are realizing that they don’t have to wait for the weekend to go somewhere fun – as long as they have WiFi,” said Ahmed Ait-Lahcen, general manager of Campland on the Bay. “We wanted to provide a quiet and comfortable space for parents and kids to complete their work while staying with us so they can spend more time creating cherished family memories.”

Centrally located among a grassy clearing just steps from any campsite, the study area features thoughtfully spaced tables equipped with power supply and wireless internet access. On a first-come, first-served basis, family groups can utilize a private table during their stay for the duration of their child’s distance-learning hours.

Parental supervision is required to use the open-air study hall. Headphones must be used when sound is needed. Masks covering the nose and mouth are required at all times and guests must maintain at least six feet of physical distance from other family groups. Cleaning supplies are provided for guests to wipe down their area before and after use.

Now through Nov. 13, guests receive a third night free when they book a two-night, midweek stays Sunday through Thursday. For more information about Campland on the Bay, visit



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