Fulltime Families Event Tennessee

 2023 Fulltime Families Chillin’ With My Gnomies Rocky Mountain Teen Pep Rally
May 7 – May 14:  Sunday to Sunday
South Fork, CO


Fulltime Families is spending the week in South Fork for the first Rocky Mountain Teen Pep Rally! Get ready to celebrate our teens and enjoy the week with friends at this teen focused event. We all know the traveling lifestyle can be the very best and offer incredible experiences that most teens don’t get to have, but we also know that there’s some things they feel like they are missing out on. The Rocky Mountain Teen Pep Rally is designed to fill in the void and give our teens those experiences that they are missing from a traditional high school experience. The schedule will include a debate, spirit week, mock interviews, teens night out, PROM, and more! While the event is called a “Pep Rally” after the typical high school event in which the band plays and cheerleaders come out to “pep” everyone up for the big game, this event will have follow the guidelines of a Fulltime Families Hangout and be more low key for all those who are not teens. 

Coffee talks and BYOBs will be focused around topics relating to raising teens and will provide support for parents.

Wondering what your younger children are going to do at the event? We will have some hangout style events and a limited schedule for the non-teens including morning or afternoon sessions, and sports opportunities, but there will also be plenty of time for open play.

The campground is small, has full hookups, and is loaded with family fun!


This will be a week-long event and attendees should plan to arrive on Sunday and depart on Sunday.




Members Only!  If your not a member yet, click here to join now. If you are a member please log in to view event pricing

Step 1:  Register for the event.

Fulltime Families Code of Conduct


We believe that the Fulltime Families community should be open for all families. We are committed to providing a family friendly, safe, and welcoming environment for everyone who chooses to join, regardless of ethnicity, religion, gender, disability, or sexual orientation.

This formal code of conduct explains our expectations for behavior of all participants, minors included, and also explains consequences for any unacceptable behavior exhibited. This behavior is expected toward all hosts, participants, leadership, campground employees or volunteers, and anyone else that you come in contact with during the duration of any type of Fulltime Families event, community gathering, or member activity.

Expected Behavior:

1. Be kind, considerate, and respectful.

2. Refrain from all discriminatory, harassing, and demeaning actions and speech.

Unacceptable Behavior:

1. Harassment, physical, mental, or emotional abuse, intimidation, using derogatory or demeaning materials or conduct.

2. Harassment includes but is not limited to: offensive comments (written or verbal) related to ethnicity, religion, gender, disability, or sexual orientation; intentional intimidation, stalking, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention.

3. Any physical abuse, including pushing, shoving, or use of any amount of physical force against a person.

4. Creating a disturbance that causes apprehension in a person.

5. Any boisterous or offensive language, including threats, profanity, or racial, religious, or ethnic slurs.

6. Assembling for the purpose of disturbing the peace or engaging in any behavior listed above.

7. Breaking listed rules of the venue or campground in which an event, community gathering, or activity takes place.

Consequences for Unacceptable Behavior:

Unacceptable behavior WILL NOT be tolerated in any form by adults or minors as this is a family friendly community. Anyone, adult or minor, that is asked to stop exhibiting unacceptable behavior will be expected to do so immediately. If a member continues to exhibit unacceptable behavior or the organizers feel that the first offense is severe, the organizers may take any action they deem appropriate such as removal, suspension, or membership revocation. All of these will be done without refund.

You MUST have a teenager (preferably high schooler) to attend this event. They should be mature enough for a mock interview, able to attend a dance without thinking the opposite gender has cooties, etc. We plan to host this event each year so if your child isn’t ready this year don’t force it, just wait until next year when it will be more enjoyable for them! No child under 13 will be allowed to attend prom, no exceptions!

Event price will be $150 for each family for the hangout activities for all to enjoy and an additional $50/teen participating in the teen focused activities and prom. The $50 will include an event t-shirt for each teen. Lifetime Members receive a 10% discount on the hangout fee.


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Step 2:  Book your camping reservation:

Campsite costs will befrom $290 for the rally week. If you’d like to stick around for a month, the rate is $650 + electricity.  A $300 deposit is required for monthly stays.  You will receive reservation instructions with your event ticket confirmation.

GOT QUESTIONS?  Check out our Rally FAQs

Want to see Videos from past Rallies?  Check out our YouTube Channel for videos from other attendees.


What are the cancellation policies for this event?

Event Fee Refunds:

  • Cancel before 3/7/23 to receive a full refund minus a $25 cancellation fee.
  • Cancel between 3/7/23–4/7/23 for a 50% refund.
  • Cancellations after 4/7/23 will not be refunded.

Camping Refunds:

  • All camping fees and refunds will be taken care of directly through the campground. Fulltime Families is not responsible for any camping fees.


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