Celebrating National Smores Day is a Big Deal in America
Celebrating National Smores Day is a part of Americana and many folks find exciting ways to celebrate whether at a campground or on a beach somewhere.
Campfire Stories & S’mores at Amicalola Falls State Park & Lodge (Dawsonville, GA) and Unicoi State Park & Lodge (Helen, GA)
As part of the Georgia’s Adventure Lodge Program, Amicalola Falls State Park & Lodge and Unicoi State Park & Lodge are inviting guests to gather around both Georgia lodge’s fire pits to listen to some of the best storytellers in the area, as they tell their versions of the properties’ histories, ghost stories and tall tales. During this special time, each guest receives a s’mores kit to toast a marshmallow to their liking and build an ooey-gooey campfire s’more. This fun evening activity ($8 per person) is the perfect chance for families to come together after a full day of adventure at the park. What better way to top off a day of GPS scavenger hunts, guided hikes, mountain biking and zip lining?
S’mores Cheesecake at Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort (Hollywood, FL)
At Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort’s 5 o’Clock Somewhere Bar and Grill in South Florida, travelers and locals alike can chill out with South Florida – style s’mores in paradise…minus the mess. This waterfront indoor-outdoor restaurant is offering a twist on the classic treat with S’mores Cheesecake ($7). The decadent cheesecake combines beloved s’mores toppings including graham crackers, toasted marshmallows and chocolate. Overlooking the famed Intracoastal Waterway, 5 o’Clock Somewhere Bar and Grill restaurant features a waterfront beach, cozy fire pit and daily sunset rituals.
Skillet S’mores at Massanutten Resort (McGaheysville, VA)
Set amidst the stunning Shenandoah Valley, Virginia’s Massanutten Resort just launched its newest dining venue, Campfire Grill, which pays homage to the outdoors and the spirit of adventure. Here, guests can indulge in a fresh take on the popular s’more sandwich with skillet s’mores ($6). The over-the-top, yet affordable dish serves up Callebaut chocolate melted in a cast-iron skillet topped with roasted marshmallows, with scrumptious fresh-baked, homemade graham crackers unlike anything guests have ever tasted!