Multcolib My Librarian Darcee: Northwest camping with kids
Annotation:Orange-oat muffins baked in orange peels on your campfire coals? Yes please! Sit back and let your kids do the cooking with this campfire recipe book.
Annotation:The one book you need to guide you to the best campsites the NW has to offer. When in the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest, check out Indian Crossing for spacious campsites with visiting deer.
Annotation:A child describes the wonders observed during a family camping trip to the mountains in a story that introduces the reader to prepositions, the kinds of words that help children know where they are in the world.
Annotation:Break up your camping with a jet boat ride down Hells Canyon or a dip in the family-friendly Crystal Crane Hot Springs. This book is loaded with great destination ideas!
Annotation:Intended for inexperienced campers, this guide provides directions for making camping equipment, projects, outdoor games, and snacks and meals, and offers safety tips.
Annotation:Outlines economical options for family camping vacations, sharing irreverent, anecdotal, and practical guidelines for families with young children while explaining how to select gear and address needs with a minimum of stress.
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Camping with young kids can be fun! It can also be exhausting. A little planning and a few fresh ideas can make all the difference. Check out some of these books and then hit the road to the beach, the mountains or the high desert with confidence that this will be, 'the best vacation ever!'