We asked our in-house Family Camping Experts for a few suggestions on what gear to take to enhance the family camping experience.
Let’s check out the Experts guide to essential Outwell gear for camping with kids:
This insulated throw is perfect for keeping you warm and comfy on chilly evenings. Snuggle into it while seated outside around the campfire or use it to add extra warmth to your sleeping bag. If it is a warm night you can even use it as a light cover instead of your usual bedding.
The must-have for family picnics and daytrips. Our coolbag lives in the car boot where it is handy to stow frozen and cool foods on the way back from the supermarket!
This wheeled beauty saves so much energy when moving gear around the site or for transporting all those ‘essentials’ we all take to a festival or beach. It’s a must for any family.
If you want to keep your little ones seated then the kids should also have a comfortable chair that matches mum’s and dad’s. Go on, treat them and make their day. Nothing like having your own camping gear to put a smile on your face.
Contour Junior Purple sleeping bag
Make sure your child gets a good long night’s sleep. Sounds simple advice but we all know how a fractious child can dampen even a sunny day. Don’t run the risk − invest in a sleeping bag specifically designed for younger campers.
Blossom Picnic set for 4 persons
Add style to the dining table. A chic Outwell melamine picnic set is not only classy but it is so practical, too.
Picnic Cutlery set
Al fresco dining seems to lead to sticky digits so, to avoid unexplainable grease and sauce stains on your beloved tent, you need a cutlery set. And make it a good one! It makes that soup course easier to eat, too.