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Things to Bring When Camping with Kids

Camping is not for every family, but the families who do camp as a communal hobby can make memories for years around the campfire. While camping forces the family together, it can also be tough to deal if the family forgets some integral piece of equipment or entertainment at home. When journeying out for a […]

Travel Gear Touchdowns: Road Trip Essentials for Game Days and Tailgates

Fall is here, and it’s game on for families across the nation committed to following their beloved NFL clubs as well as college, high school and peewee league football teams. And for many, “following” means literally hitting the road and heading to the big game or games. While getting to the stadium is a commitment […]

Family Camping in California on a Budget

Camping, once the province of scouts and other hardy outdoor folk, has become increasingly popular with families in recent years. Parents who love the idea of unplugging and enjoying nature with the kids, but who don’t relish the idea of hiking to a remote backcountry setting, can enjoy more than 85 campgrounds in Mono County, […]

Uncrowded Historic Spots for Family Camping Trips

Combine two family experiences in one trip with camping at a historical site. Don’t pick the right spot, though, and you’ll be overrun with tourists. Here are four fun scenic spots to spend your days seeing the sites and your evenings around the campfire, all while still savoring some peace and quiet. Bulltown Historic Site, […]

Luxury Hotel Camping for Kids

Want the fun of camping with the luxury of room service? The Grand Hyatt Taipei’s Family Adventure Package is for you. Enjoy the cozy family bonding of a tent, floor bedding and campfire stories from the temperature-controlled, 5-star hotel room. Whether traveling for business or a full-blown family vacation, the Grand Hyatt boasts family-friendly fun […]

What to Pack When Camping With Small Kids

During your pre-kid days, you may have dreamed about introducing your future family to the great outdoors and spending weekends camping over an open campfire. But when little ones are involved, it’s hard to imagine how to get out of the house for a playdate or overnight to Grandma’s let alone 24 hours in the […]