Sunday, October 26, 2014

Cabin Camping at Tama Hills

A couple of weeks ago, we went "cabin camping" at Tama Hills, the recreation property here in Tokyo for military personnel.  We went with about 8 other families and it was so much fun.  The property offers just about everything that you can think of, and we tried to take advantage of as much as possible!  

Tama Hills was formerly owned by the Japanese military, and so all throughout the property there are old bunkers built into the hills.  It's really cool and the kids loved exploring them.  But, now as a recreational property, there are camp sites, cabins (some with fire pits, and ours even had a hot tub!), a lodge with a restaurant, rooms and a store, a playground, miniature golf, baseball fields, tennis courts, horseback riding and pony rides, archery, mountain bikes to rent with trails for biking and hiking all over the place, and tons of other things to do!  The place was incredible and we had a great weekend!

The only things the cabins don't have is an oven, so Peter and our friend, Ryan got creative and cooked our cinnamon rolls on the grill!  They turned out perfectly, and the boys were quite proud of their ingenuity :)

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