Here’s part two of my series on getting started car camping with your family – the Camp Kitchen! Food, packing it, and cooking it. Plus: snacks.
Part one of a two part series on getting started as a car-camping family. In this post, I look as the essential gear and where you should spend and where you can scrimp.
Hicks Lake is tucked on the east side of Harrison Lake, a little section of Sasquatch Provincial Park, one of the prettiest and probably my favourite campsite we’ve tried in BC.
We checked out Monck Provincial Park, located near Merritt in BC. Definitely recommended.
We bring along a special Camping Toybox when we go camping as a family. Here’s what’s in it.
We took a quick trip to Fort Ebey State Park on Whidbey Island. Highly recommended when camping with kids.
Here’s a roundup of the campsites we went to this summer on quick weekend jaunts, suitable for families and within a few hours of the Lower Mainland.
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Kicking off the season of camping with some notes on the places we’ve already hit this year and ideas on camping with kids.
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