They are going to run their little legs of while they are here and will need a good night’s sleep to regenerate for another day of doing it again.
Sometimes Grandparents find they don’t have enough beds for their visiting grandchildren or maybe a family decides the Pack N Play is just too big for the rig. There are a few options for a variety of situations when it comes to putting the kids to sleep in your tent or RV.
Lots of kids are fine on the floor with a sleeping bag and a mat beneath them. You can choose the sleeping bag weight and fabric based on the climate where you will be camping.
If you prefer they be up on a cot there are some very nice toddler size options. This Regalo My Cot Portable Bed is very highly rated by users and it conveniently folds up like your camping chairs do. A matching sheet comes with it as does its own travel case.
It’s sturdy, low cost, and portable. Three very good things to have when you are planning your equipment list for the next camping trip.
For infants, the Kilofly Instant Pop Up Portable Travel Bed is a good option. The small profile makes it nice for camping due to limited space no matter what you are camping in. There as a screen attached that can be pulled up to keep mosquitoes away from the baby or kept open as well. The bottom has two bed pegs which act as stabilizers so the bed won’t be easily tipped.
This would be convenient for camping and for trips to the beach or to outdoor events. It folds up for easy carry and is made from non-toxic materials.
There are so many reasons to bring the kids camping from a very early age. The sooner they start the more time they get to enjoy it with the family and develop a lifelong love of camping. We are so glad to see these compact, affordable sleeping options for making campers happy and we look forward to seeing you this season.