One of the best parts of a popup camper is the comfort found during inclement weather. But since the kids can get bored quickly, we keep a stash of board games and other toys inside for entertaining when mother nature pushes us inside.
We bring our kid’s bikes on every single camping trip – even if we’re not bringing ours. This allows them to bike while we hike. It also provides quick entertainment around the campground, nature’s cul-de-sac!
Getting children to sleep after an exciting day of camping can be a real challenge – especially after eating too many smores around the campfire! Here are a few quick tips to get your children fast asleep.
Tent camping always meant that the kids woke up when the sun came up. One of the things I really like about the popup camper is that we can shield this bright light from them and get a little more snooze time in. Here are the tricks my wife and I use.
Multi-family camping trips can be a lot of fun. Similarly aged children help keep everyone happily occupied. Here are some tips to make your first group camping experience a great one.
One of the first things we installed in our popup camper was a collection of waterproof pads for the kids, who were still potty training (as shown by the wet pants hanging in the image above). This post describes some of the specific products we use to keep the mattress and upholstery clean and dry.
Yes you can camp with young children. My daughter was 2 on her first camping trip, and that was in a tent not a popup camper! This image was of my son’t first trip where he helped me setup that tent in the background and build this fire. Here are some tips to make your first toddler trip a great one.