A Guide To Camping With Infants And Toddlers

 There are many enthusiasts in this world who just can’t sit at home without going for camping. As the life progresses further, you have young infants and babies in your life, then camping sounds a difficult option.

Either taking babies with you or leaving them behind with someone are the only possible options. The second option isn’t a good one as young ones cannot stay away especially from their mothers.

The first option also sounds difficult with so much to take care of young babies and toddlers, but is not impossible.

A challenge

It does sound scary to take your infants and toddlers for a camping rip and surely it would be difficult as never before, but again it is just difficult and not impossible.

So why not go ahead and try it instead of sitting idle at home. There are so many options for the parents today for them to take their babies wherever they want to with complete safety and comfort of babies.

For example the bag packs to hold the babies while you camp they sleep comfortably without any disturbance.

Correct age of babies for camping

There is no correct age of camping for babies as that never comes. There are so many examples around the world who have been camping with their babies as young as six months to one year.

The most difficult part of the babies’ age is when they are crawling and it is difficult to keep them safe as they start moving around as per their will requiring parents attention at all times.

Well for this circumstance, you have a pack and play that gives completely safe and secure homely environment to your baby, ample space to crawl inside and also safety to not crawl anywhere they want or the danger of falling.

Refer to any pack and play travel trip and get ready for the camping trip with required accessory.


Food concern

Carrying babies for a camping trip will be a major concern for parents when it comes to food for the baby. When the baby is an infant feeding only on mother’s milk, then the problem is solved.

You do not need any bottles; milk packs any sterilization and lot of other stuff.  If the baby is slightly older you could carry milk powder with you and hot water is available everywhere.

It would be difficult but is still manageable. If your kids are older than this, then they can manage to eat some outside stuff like cereal powder in hot water, biscuits or any packed stuff.

So it is not that it won’t be difficult to arrange the food for your kids, but there are options for every age of babies. Carry a baby crib or pack and play and you are carrying partly the home for your babies.


You will carry a few clothes, so just add on a few for your babies too. You could carry a separate bag for their dirty clothes and also carry lots of disposable diapers to get rid of their poop or frequent urination.

Keeping the babies entertained

Well, if you can carry the cribs or pack and play, some of them have a storage space in them where you could fill in some of the favorite toys of the babies and keep them entertained while you are camping. The more time they spent comfortably in this equipment, the more relaxed trip you would have.

Carrying this equipment with you while camping might sound tedious, but once you actually take it, you would see the impact on your trip and also on the baby.

What are you waiting for?

So if you got an overview of different and major requirements for camping with infants, then evaluate your conditions and get set go for your next camping trip and let your baby also adjust to camping right from the beginning.


Camping with kids is difficult as compared to doing it alone, but once you do it happily keeping your children safe and secure, next time you would be more excited to take them again on a camp. Life is difficult at every phase; you just need to look out for possible solutions.

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Rosie M. Jordan

Hello my name is Rosie. I am a 36-year-old SAHM to an energetic little boy called Andrew. We love reading, Toddler Sense, the library and trips to the park. To get in touch you can email us rosie.babyvenue@gmail.com

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