Happy campers: HomeGoods gives ‘finders’ a chance to vacation in style

Happy campers: HomeGoods gives ‘finders’ a chance to vacation in style

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — Off-price retailer HomeGoods is offering its brand fans a chance to get out of the store and into the woods with its reimagined summer camp in the Catskills.

HomeGoods Finder’s Camp is a bookable weekend experience June 7-9 offering a choice of 10 themed and decorated cabins along with summer camp-style activities tied to home décor exploration.

The Bookworm Birch Cabin at HomeGoods Finder’s Camp in the Catskills.

Parties of two, four or six can book at stay at Finder’s Camp for $49.99 per person for the weekend. Cabins filled with HomeGoods furnishings on offer are the Traveler’s Teak, Bookworm Birch, Zest Friend Forest, Pink Pine, Eclectic Grandpa Elm, Grandma Grove, Ballerina Beech, Paradise Palm, Western Willow and Home Sweet Hickory.

In addition to common spaces such as a Lakeside Lounge, where HomeGoods fans can relax and share the lake views, and a Mess Hall for dining, campers will be able to partake in various activities including a Find & Fare welcome dinner; Trailblazing Treasure Hunt; Stitch Studio, where they can learn to personalize a pillow or throw with embroidery; Gardening Gazebo; Spooky Stories & S’mores, with treats and ghostly décor stories; and Finder’s Paradise, a tropical farewell party.

A sign points campers to various activities at Finder’s Camp. Photo courtesy of HomeGoods.

“HomeGoods Finder’s Camp is an opportunity to bring our community of brand fans, our finders, together to celebrate why they love HomeGoods so much,” said Samantha Kussmann, manager of marketing. “We’re excited to offer a getaway where finders will bond over the feeling of exploration and creativity that happens every day in our stores.”

Registration for the cabins begins at noon Eastern on May 17 on a first-come, first-served basis at Tock, based on party size. Cabins range from four-bed offerings down to one-bed accommodations.

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