Camping Advice - Family Camping Tips
Camping Trips Made Easy
Planning a camping trip can be fun and exciting. What better activity to look forward to than a family campout? The easy way to make your camping trip go smoothly is to be prepared. That means coming up with answers to appropriate questions before you depart. I've put together a checklist of questions to help you with your camping plans. Once you go through these questions, you'll be ready to en…
Camping With Infants
Have you ever taken an infant camping? How young do you think is too young? Many parents think it is never too soon to expose children to the wonders of the outdoors. Read what experienced parents say about camping with infants.
Canoe Camping with Kids
An informative FAQ compiled by experienced family campers, Kate Gregory and Kathy Dennis.
Families on the Road
Shelley Zoellick shares her insight and expertise to families who RV travel.
Family Camping Tips
Dedicated to bringing you tips on taking your family camping.
Family Camping Tips
From The Monteran Page of Family Fun, excerpts from Margaret Monteran's book Family Camping 101: Tips, Hints, and Resources.
From Texas Parks and Wildlife, all kinds of fun things about the outdoors and nature that the kids can do online.
Obnoxious Plants - Poison Ivy and Knettles
From NC Natural, here's some advice and pictures to help identify and avoid these outdoor nuisances.
Orienteering for the Young
A guide to help parents teach children orienteering.
Devoted to making it easier for you to travel with your pets. Besides pet friendly campgrounds, this site lists many other pet friendly destinations.
Poison Oak and Ivy Q&A
A collection of questions and answers from Jim Dunphy's information center.
Ken Ralston offers some practical tips to make your camping trips enjoyable and comfortable.
Smokey Bear's Official Home Page
This is a great interactive educational site for kids, from the USDA Forest Service.
This Web site features over 975 beautiful places to take a cool dip or a hot soak in a natural setting in the USA and canada. Tom Hillegass has been running this site since the mid-90s, and it has some great resources for planning a camping trip near a swimming hole.
The Camping Guy
Good advice, articles, buying tips, recipes and more. Tim Dales, the Camping Guy, shares 25 years of camping and scouting experience on his Web site.
Book Review: Where do the Animals Go When it Rains?
With its beautiful illustrations and rhyming verses, "Where do the Animals Go When it Rains?" is a great book for kids who love camping and the great outdoors.