Having SEX in an RV is a huge challenge for couples; especially as more families are hit the road and campgrounds are packed to the gills! Adult RVers of are trying to find creative ways make doing wild thing less obvious and awkward; especially parents who’s children are sleeping practically right next to you. And then there’s having to walk out of your RV the next morning with all of your camping neighbors cheering or gawking at you or having to take the walk of shame all because *gasp* you had SEX in the RV!?
Face it, road trips can be tough on kids. But they can be really rough and stressful to the driver and parents too! But do we really want them watching movies all day? Instead, let’s get them watching the scenery while learning and engaging! To help with that, we’ve found some great road trip activities for kids to keep them engaged in the adventure instead of burying their faces in the screen!
Who doesn’t love to gather around the campfire to relax after a long day of hiking and spending time in the outdoors. It’s where your family and friends sit and enjoy listening to great legendary tales and fun stories. But, as a campfire storyteller, you can bring a whole different kind of storytelling that will make your friends’ and family’s camping experience jump off the map!
Get your tots to tweens off their screens and on their feet with these awesome immersive camping theme toys for kids. While they think they are being entertained, you know they’re getting educated. They’ll have so much fun that they’ll forget about their digital devices and won’t realize they’re learning!
Who doesn’t love the campfire favorite, S’mores? For a second, think back to when we were kids. Those vivid memories of roasting marshmallows to our own version of perfection. Then, sliding the gooey marshmallow off the stick and sandwiching them between a chocolate bar and two graham crackers. They were awesome, weren’t they?
There’s nothing better than food made over the campfire. What better than to make your own hot pockets with tried and true pie iron recipes. Also known as mountain pies, pudgy pies, hot pockets, toaster strudel, hobo pies and campfire pies, these easy-to-make delights have one thing in common. They all are made in a campfire pie iron.
DEET-free insect repellents and bug sprays aren’t chocked full of toxic chemicals, smell bad and leave you feeling sticky or greasy to deflect even the toughest blood-sucking mosquitos and stinging insects. There are healthier, natural ways to prevent mosquito bites and insect stings without the icky noxious bug sprays and wipes!
National Park board games are a great way to learn about the U.S. National Parks; all while having fun camping, at the dinner table or on rainy afternoons. These challenging table top games are educational. They will strengthen, not only your U.S. geography and history skills, but also foster your secret game strategies. The best part about these tabletop board games is after you play them, you and your family will get so excited to actually go visit our National Parks.
Toy camper play sets are great for educational and interactive role playing. But also, toy campers and RVs get kids excited about their own adventures on the road. And, these RV and toy camper play sets make great Christmas or holiday gifts or to give for birthdays or just because! They will bring tons of adventurous joy to your future little camper while making memories of their own. Continue reading “40+ Toy Camper Play Sets for Kids *2022 GIFT IDEAS*”
Before trekking off on your family camping trip to explore the outdoors, there’s important things you need to know about camping safety! Being prepared and knowing what to do if a family member gets injured will help keep them out of the emergency room. Continue reading “Family Camping Safety Tips”