Camping with the family is something we have enjoyed over the years. It just grew out of my wife and me and now includes our children, husbands, their grandchildren, and others. Our last trip to the desert was with a party of 18 attended by three children under two.
First, choose your tent. Ask yourself some basic questions: 1) What type of camping will you do? In our case, we set up a tent and they stayed for a whole week to rent. You can also buy military tents online via https://www.usmilitarytents.com/military-tents.aspx.
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2) In what year will you be camping? Because we live in a state with four very distinct seasons, we have "general" tents that we use in the late spring, summer, and early fall. It has many lattice windows and shutters that can be added or removed depending on temperature requirements.
3) How much headroom does your tent need? If you are injured or are just planning on sleeping in a tent, a small "puppy tent" or "dome tent" might work. However, if you are camping with small children who need to change clothes or spend most of the time camping, you want something that will allow you to stand with at least part of the tent.
Before you travel, make sure you have completed your tent training run. Follow these healthy guidelines and we hope you will find camping as enjoyable and rewarding as it is for our family.