Are we there yet? What parent on a vacation hasn’t heard that phrase two million times? Before you start ripping out your hair, check out some of these ideas for a smoother RV camping trip with kids.
1. OFF ROADING
What screams active lifestyle more than this sports utility stroller? The wheels are made for rougher terrains, like hiking paths and trails. If you love to hike, bring the baby along! These are a great camping solution for people with toddlers who still want to go exploring.
2. EYE SPY
If your little camper is a little older you can help keep them entertained on the trail with this fun scavenger hunt idea. They can collect up all their treasures in a bag and get a prize for finding the most items. Don’t forget to bring along a snack for the trail, too.
3. CRAWL SPACE
No one likes stepping on rocks and stones in their tent, but for toddlers it could be even worse. Bring along some foam mats to put down on the tent floor so your toddler can crawl around safely.
4. WALKING TACO
This might actually be the single most amazing camping idea we’ve ever seen. First of all, taco salad is delicious, but this idea makes the taco salad portable! Plus, what kid won’t love eating out of a bag? And what parent won’t love not having to do dishes? It’s camping perfection at it’s finest.
5. SOLAR S’MORES
This is part science experiment, part camping and all delicious. On a hot day in Florida, these solar s’mores will cook up perfectly before you can even light a fire. It’s a tasty, safe alternative to having kids running around with flaming marshmallows on sticks.
6. PEA POD
Let’s be honest, you want one for yourself. This pea pod is the perfect place for your little one to take a nap. Whether you’re at the beach, picnicking or hanging out at the camp site, this will come in handy. You won’t have a cranky toddler on your hands and this is a shady safe place for them to nap their cares away.
7. MASON JARS
Bring along some mason jars so you can send your children to collect little treasures. If you’re camping in Florida we don’t have any fireflies, but we have lots of other neat foliage, wildlife and artifacts to fill your child’s mason jar to the brim!