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Top 5 Spots to Take Your Kids Camping in 2018

What are your travel plans for your kids this year? Here's a quick insight into what could help you plan better
camping sites for kids in 2018
Chilly winds, long roads, starry nights, a serene place to mount the tent and illuminating campfire- life has never been this amazing.

The time you spend camping isn’t a waste; it’s an investment. All camping spots serve as an epic “playground” for the whole family. Various studies have shown that spending time in the outdoors helps improve concentration, elevated mood, and even sleep patterns. Camping is a joy in its own right- nights of roasted marshmallows, stargazing, and campfire songs; it is a great way to connect with nature.

If you have got little ones on board, go for easy to reach campsites that make camping easier yet exciting for your family. So it’s time to turn off the cell phone and make memories with your family; take a deep breath of fresh air, and plan an adventurous excursion. We are recommending cabin tents with screened porches as the best choice for these spots.

If you like to pitch a tent or want to enjoy a good night’s sleep in an RV, these year-round campgrounds are great for all kinds of families:

Jellystone Park Larkspur

This Yogi Bear-themed campground is midway between Denver and Colorado Springs; families can’t help but love this campsite to pitch a tent. Look for cottages, tepees and safari tents; spend the day at the campground or explore nearby Pike National Forest, the choice is yours. You can snap pictures with Yogi and Boo-Boo; see goat walks, fossil digging, geocaching, and archery classes. Not to mention, with the traveling discount coupon codes available at PennySaviour, you can make this fun for your wallet as well.

Le Clos du Lac, Provence, France

This mountain site campground is perched at 1,485 meters on the edge of Écrins national park and offers Instagram-worthy sights and a range of picture-perfect outdoor experiences. You can enjoy fishing and swimming with your kids at Serre-Ponçon Lake and go on hiking in nearby Boscodon forest. At the campsite, there’s a volleyball court, kids’ play area, and botanical garden. You will experience superb stargazing at night.

Lake Rudolph – Santa Claus, Indiana

Lake Rudolph Campground & RV Resort is in Santa Claus, Indiana. The campsite offers every amenity any family could want. It is a famous Holiday World & Splashing Safari theme park. The campground features basketball courts, playgrounds, gem mining, mini golf, and paddleboats. Campers can enjoy free Wi-Fi and shuttles to the park next door.

Red Apple Campground – Kennebunkport, Maine

Red Apple Campground offers spacious RV sites and ample space for multigenerational families who want to travel together. Pets are also welcome. The activities at the site that delight you as a family include costume parties, on-site play set, bocce ball and shuffleboard courts, and adult-sized swing set for kids of all ages. In addition to that, you can also signup for dances, card night, cribbage tournaments, karaoke, and pancake breakfasts galore.

Ocean Lakes Family Campground – Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Ocean Lakes Family Campground offers 859 alluring campsites on 310 beautiful oceanfront acres with an exquisite beachfront nearly a mile away. Families can enjoy large playgrounds, volleyball, bocce ball, and a skating. The campsite also has a pool area with a lazy river and splash zone for the kids.

Colorado — Piñon Flats Campground, Great Sand Dunes National Park 
The nation’s most massive dunes soar over 700 feet into the sky makes it a camper’s most loved site of Colorado. This nature’s wonder has eighty-eight places to accommodate tents or RVs. Your best bet would be grabbing a free backcountry permit to get your corner of the 30-mile dune field. Enjoy the starry night with your family and capture these beautiful moments.

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Any facts, figures or references stated here are made by the author & don't reflect the endorsement of iU at all times unless otherwise drafted by official staff at iU. This article was first published here on 11th August 2018.
Haziqa Ishtiaq
A graduate of Biotechnology, with a passion for literature and writing.

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