Camping in the garden, an unforgettable adventure.

You do not need to travel long distances. You can camp in the garden of your home! Go ahead and make your children also enjoy this classic activity, following some recommendations specializing in children and teenagers.


Before any plan, make sure that you take account to a tent (tents for sale are many), sleeping bags, flashlights and backpacks. And do not forget to bring with you:

– Pajamas for children and adults

– Camera

– Storybooks

– Canteens

– Binoculars

– Compass

– Snacks

– Liquid Beverages

– Food for grilling

Ready for fun!

When the tent is set up, sleeping bags and food are prepared and organized, it’s time to have fun. You are worries about what to do? Better, put into practice the games that we present below:

  1. Scavenger Hunt (You can hide objects such as stones, leaves, flowers and stems, among others).
  2. Find insects (takes the opportunity to teach your children about these little animals and the importance of respect).
  3. Drawings curious (Collect objects such as leaves and branches, put them under a white paper, a pencil and pass them until the shape remain on paper).
  4. Find stars (they can count and search figures or constellations)
  5. Reading stories or tell stories.
  6. Obstacle (seize the implements in the garden as hoses, chairs and rocks).
  7. Make figures with shadows (used flashlights and makes fun figures with your hands).
  8. Sing the favorite songs of your children.

Decorating Ideas for camping holidays

Whether you are holding a party camping in the outdoors or in your own backyard, decorations can help you create the right look. Backwoods signs can help direct your guests to the party and give a funny name camp while the lights and glow toys kept the party all night.

Glow Toys

A camping party means being out in the dark. Putting too many lights can ruin the effect, but stumbled blindly into total darkness makes it difficult to socialize or to monitor children. Glow Toys are a big commitment. Go to a dollar store and get a lot of glow sticks, necklaces, earrings and glow sticks in the dark. Deliver to attendants and placing benchmarks to help people find their way around. You can even use glow sticks for games. Tie a glow stick or necklace shine a volleyball at night, the hot potato or other game that glow in the dark.

Christmas lights

If you are throwing a party backyard camping for your child, you will have access to electricity. Use Christmas lights for a combination of decoration and security. Invite children to help decorate the tents with LED (light emitting diode) Christmas lights (some incandescent bulbs may be too hot to place safely in a tent.) Then string lights a square or a circle around the “camping”. These lights enough area for children will light to find your way around and scare away the monsters of his young campers might worry. Wire all lights through an extension cable to a circuit breaker or GFCI ground fault (special circuit switch that prevents accidental electrocution) and you’re ready for a little camping!

Rustic signs

Rustic put posters to give your party a real jungle camp feeling. Choose a name for your camp and put a welcome sign to your guests at the entrance. Put other outdoor signs like “Gone Fishin ‘” and “Beware of Bigfoot” around the camp. You can also label the different areas, such as the “dining room” and hob. Print samples on paper with a grain pattern of the faux wood behind a font that looks carved.

Tips for a memorable adventure

Finally, if you want to make sure that this will be an unforgettable experience for your family, consider these suggestions:

– All together. When assembling the tent, invite your child to help you; involve them in the process teaching them how.

– Explore nearby routes. When it’s time to start, remember that while you are in the garden of your house, not have to stay there. You can add a touch of emotion to this experience, If you travel to neighborhood parks, or nearby roads that have not explored.

– Observe nature. Draw a path and bring along binoculars and compass. Teach your kids how to use them, and takes the opportunity to observe nature.

– No timetable and joy. Remember that being in the middle of an adventure and your children will surely not want to sleep early. Forget the time schedules and enjoy reliving your childhood and sharing with your children.


Post Author: John Snow

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