Camping with kids is an extreme outdoor endeavor capable of bringing even elite mountaineers to their knees.  It is so important to take the time to enjoy the journey of these new experiences with your child. In nature there are so many amazing things to discover. Camping can be a wonderful adventure. following are some tips that could help you to camp with kids and make them involved in camping activities.

Camp Entertainment :-

The name of the game is to keep kids entertained. To make activities accessible, load up a tote to place between their car seats filled with easy car activities. Pack a small bag with surprises to be doled out as needed. Other than wanting to change activities every five minutes .Well-planned bag of goodies is just the right entertainment for the road.

  • Small dolls
  • Workbooks
  • Flash cards
  • Stickers
  • Stuffed animal
  • Crayons / Coloured pencils
  • Colouring books

Camp Snacks :-

In addition to keeping kids entertained, it is important to keep everyone fed. It’s necessary to pack a lot of snacks. Individual portions are important on the road. So plastic zip-top bags are quite handy. Each night, fill the plastic bags from large bags of snacks. The large bags stays in the back of the car, while the small packs sat up front where you could pass them out as needed.  A note about drinks.  Limited water intake while traveling, or you will stop every 30 minutes. But keeping insulated bottles (that won’t spill) on hand is a lifesaver. With insulated bottles kids (and adults) have cold water all day. Just fill with hotel ice at night and refill with bottled water as needed.

Camp Comfort :-

Keep everyone comfortable and happy with these must-have supplies.

  • Small blankets
  • First aid kit - bandages, pain relievers, tummy medicines, etc.
  • Towels
  • Sharpie
  • Sunglasses for everyone
  • Change of clothes in a go bag for emergencies
  • Plastic grocery bags for wet/dirty clothes
  • Roll of paper towels
  • Lip balm
  • Sunscream
  • Foldable potty seat
  • Flip flops (easy to slip on and off at pit stops)
  • Kleenex
  • Extra plastic bags (snack and gallon)
  • never know!
  • Paper Maps (for when GPS doesn’t work, trust me)


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