3. Use An All Terrain Buggy.
Pushing prams with small wheels through grass fields is no fun. Take the trouble out of getting your little one around with these nifty all terrain buggies Uberkids.co.uk
4. Collect Camping Toys.
Give your kids a play version of dangerous camping equipment (like burners and Swiss army knives) to keep them from wanting to play with the real thing.
5. Create A Safe Camp Layout.
How a camp is set up can go a long way toward ensuring your kids’ safety. Keep hot stoves well away from reach of inquisitive fingers.
6. The A.M. Enfant Le Sac Igloo Baby Bunting
Guaranteed to keep your baby warm and snugly. https://www.buggybaby.co.uk
7. Outdoor Crafts
Find a number of crafts, including one that turns leaves found around the camp grounds into art. https://www.pinterest.co.uk/explore/kids-outdoor-crafts/
8. A Toy Tub
Tubs are ideal for both transporting toys to the camp site and keeping them all in one place.
9. Scavenger Hunt Supplies
A fun afternoon activity. Download the chart here
10. Glow Sticks
Glow sticks can also be used to play a lot of fun games at night, like glow in the dark ring toss.
11. Camping Bunk Beds
Maximize the space in your tent and with these nifty bunks they may even want to go to bed! (Eventually)
12. Bell Tent Rugs
Putting these down in your tent will make the floor “crawl-friendly” for your toddler or their little friends.
13. Biodegradable Wet Wipes
Keep your kids clean even when you’re away from running water. How many packs is enough? In our experience fill your car and put the camping gear around them! Or bring a second car filled with them.
14. Sunscreen Lotion
Always an essential bit of kit for both adults and children, don't forget the aftersun!
15. A First Aid Kit
You may find need a bigger first aid kit than usual when camping with kids, one that should definitely include these must have items.
16. Itch Stopping Spray
Stop your kids from whining about their bug bites (Well, as much as possible anyway — they’re still kids).
17. A PeaPod
These are perfect for naps no matter where you are. They also fit into your tent to make a great sleeping pod for little ones.
18. The Skyview “Explore The Universe” App
19. A Baby Bjorn
20. A Large Umbrella
These are great in a downpour, of course, but they’re just as good at limiting sun exposure, which is super important for little ones when they’re outdoors all day.
21. Mason Jars
Solar Mason jars make lovely night lights.
22. The North Face Dolomite 3S Sleeping Bag For Kids
These bags have Heatseeker™ insulation, which will keep your little ones nice and toasty no matter how inclement the weather.