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I love to plan family travel adventures with our four kids. Encouraging time in nature, National Parks travel, backpacking and hiking are my passions and I love to write about them.

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  • Well, I always like to advice that when camping, you should totally leave all gadgets aside from your phone at home. Especially when you go with kids, you are gonna want to make them appreciate the beauty of nature — which could be impossible when their eyes are glued to screens!
    Also, bring healthy food. I did many researches about camping and experts advice insect repellent bracelets and good backpacks mostly . I prefer tactical backpacks because it is suitable for all conditions .

  • Camping is never a bag idea for the family. I love seeing my neighbors pull away from their home in their trailer going away for the weekend.

  • This is so interesting! I loved your posts about dehydrating food for your trips, too. Do you have a larger car camping stove or do you always use the Pocket Rocket?

    • We do sometimes bring a large Coleman stove on car camping trips, and it works wonderfully for big meals. The only thing I don’t like is the extra supplies that end up packed with it (griddle, dutch oven, etc.) because it is so versatile! For trips that you will be camping in the same place for several nights, a large two burner stove would work great.

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