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Camping with kids on the school holidays - Teach Fun Oz Resources

Camping with kids on the school holidays

Planning a successful camping trip with your family?

Planning a camping holiday with your young family is becoming increasingly popular. As an inexpensive family-orientated activity for those who are often financially-constrained when it comes to holidays, it makes perfect sense. It is also a great option in taking your family away from the real world where our kids are growing up on screens, homework and extra-curricular activities! Camping is a fun, safe and family-focussed option which will suit all involved, especially if it is well planned.

Most importantly, it is vital you pick the perfect spot that suits you and your young family’s requirements. For those with young children and are potentially new to camping it is probably best to opt for a campsite that offers basic amenities such as toilets, showers and a safety attendant. This will ensure peace of mind and give the family some important home comforts! Safety will be at the forefront of your mind as a parent so it is wise to choose a location that is open and doesn’t have any potential hazards on site. It might also be a good option to choose somewhere close to a local town in case you decide that cooking by fire is a bit too stressful for one night and the local pizza joint might be an easier choice!

Planning a camping holiday for your young family can be very straight forward if you put the research in. By following this guide written by Jenny Holt of Parentsneed.com, you will have all the information you need to ensure that you and your children have a stress-free trip that you can all enjoy.

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