News ch

General News

What To Bring To Camp With Children?

Suppose the camping happens with a family, the care with items to be taken increases! For children, having a camp can be highly stimulating, mainly due to the contact with nature that they will have. But care is doubled, so let’s think about the items.

Before we start talking more about the items, you should bring, do some travel planning, how many days will the camp have in total if you need to walk to reach the place if there is a river or lake in the place. Does the location chosen for the camp have any structure?

In summary, this information survey will help you to better plan what to take camping. Another essential factor that you should check is the weather forecast; after all, knowing the forecast is essential to separate clothes, blankets, and thermal protectors.

Undoubtedly, items such as clothes, personal items, and general health care are not very different from adults. Depending on the child’s age and health problems, some items may be added. Medicines and personal products should be already used in the child to avoid allergies or reactions.

In the same way, small children may need diapers, baby food, baby food, but for all ages, toys are essential! Take the lighter ones, especially those that most distract the children if they feel bored or be distracted at night. Other excellent toy options are ropes, balls, shuttlecocks, rustic toys that help the child to have more contact with nature.

Still, always carry a protective vest, helmets, safety ropes, and a whistle. The safety rope must be attached to the child during the trails. The whistle must remain with the child in case he/she gets lost from the group.

Anyway, with children, you can’t be too careful! Always try to guide the child when he arrives at the campsite, show him points of reference and explain about the care he should have.

Checklist objects for children:

  • Clothes;
  • Personal products;
  • Medicines;
  • diapers;
  • baby food;
  • Naninhas;
  • Protection vest;
  • Helmets;
  • Safety rope;
  • Whistle.
  • stove heating water in a teapot

Related Posts