Staycations are becoming more popular than ever, especially with the current travel climate. But, for those of us still wanting to enjoy time off from work and school, we can sometimes become stuck for fun staycation ideas. Well, not anymore. Here is a list of staycation ideas for families to help you plan a day off, a weekend with family or even a week-long vacation.
As many of you know, we are a family that enjoy exploring places by taking road trips. Whether it is a trip to Yellowstone or discovering our home country, road trips are something we’ve enjoyed for years now. And with the many road trips has come experience in what you need to bring with you. In this post I’m sharing with you our road trip packing list for families to let you know what to pack for a road trip with kids and what not to bring! There is also a chance to download a printable road trip packing list for families at the end of this post.
If you are planning a road trip with kids – or perhaps your first camping holiday as a family – then have you thought about doing a bit of campfire cooking? Kids love it just as much as adults do. There is something so lovely about getting back to nature in that way, cooking over a campfire as our ancestors used to. This post contains all the tips and tricks you’ll need to get started. It may even entice you to go camping more often in future.
Road trips can be a great way to explore a country with kids, whether it is your own home country or another. But a road trip for kids and their family needs a little bit of preparation. In this post you’ll find hints and tips on how to prepare for a road trip with kids to ensure you are ready to embark on an awesome journey together.
Thinking about going camping as a family for the first time, but not sure where to start? Camping with kids can be both enjoyable but a bit daunting if we’re honest. However, with this beginner’s guide to camping with kids, you’ll be better prepared to get ready for your first family camping trip!