Leave the screens behind and pitch a tent at your nearest campground for a nature-filled, home-away-from-home your kids won’t forget.
Stick to these do’s and don’ts when camping with young kids for the first time.
Don’t rough it. Car camping, in which you drive up to your campsite, is the way to go.
Plan ahead. Campgrounds, especially those in national and state parks, fill up quickly. Best to book six to nine months in advance. ReserveAmerica.com is the largest provider of campsite reservations in North America.