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Rivoli Roundup: Tips for camping with babies, toddlers, and little kids

by Shelly Rivoli

Gearing up for a family camping trip with your baby, toddler, or little kid? Get some helpful tips from this View  from the Bay segment and the related posts and pages below. For more tips on planning trips with happy campers of your own, including back-country camping, see chapter 2 of Travels with Baby.

Related posts and pages: 

Travels with Baby 101: Tips for camping with babies and toddlers

Tips for Camping at Big Trees State Park, California

Tip #34: Fall in Love with Silver Falls State Park, Oregon

Tip #35: Scorpions, Ticks and Bears—oh, my!

Tip #31: Practice Camping

Review of the hands-free Beam N Read LED light

Ask Shelly: What to do with car seats at Yosemite?

Quick List for Camping with Babies and Toddlers 

Safe journey,

Shelly Rivoli, author of the award-winning guide Travels with Baby
travelswithbaby.com

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5 comments

Anonymous February 1, 2011 - 9:48 am

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Anonymous November 1, 2010 - 1:29 pm

i just read Scorpions, ticks and bears and this is a great place for advices. Love it. keep writing please. We are ready to travel in our camping trailers and this blog was very helpful.

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equipment trailer September 27, 2010 - 5:48 pm

Great tips, most of people avoid camping with kids because we think they are too young, and once they grow, they dont want to go with parents! :s Thanks for the tips to enjoy camping with family

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Karen August 23, 2010 - 2:37 pm

Camping with kids is not bad at all Jen. When I planned our first family camping trip, I was also hesitant but I came to realize that it is the best outdoor activity for the whole family… kids enjoy it so much.

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Jen July 12, 2010 - 5:16 am

These are great tips! I've been avoiding going camping with my family because I thought my daughter was too young and wasn't sure if it would work out ok. After reading your post, I'm not so worried about it!

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