Keep your kids safe and comfortable at their home away from home with these outdoorsy options.
Therm-a-Rest MondoKing 3D
The next best thing to sleeping on a bed at home, this 4 inches of cushion, self-inflating, no pump required sleeper is worth the effort for longer term camps and can ensure tweens and teens a great night rest. Once camp is done, it doubles as a spare bed back at home for sleepovers or hotel road trips, once sibs get too big to want to share.
Roll’N Go Airbed
This cot sized thin airbed offers extra durability through lightweight PVC-free fibers, making this roll easier for campers to tote to add a layer of comfort to their bunk or tent cot. An included manual air pump is ideal for electricity-free cabins and treehouses, all within a carry bag.
Orbit Personalized Labels
You might pack your kid with everything they need for camp, but once there the free-for-all begins. Make sure your child keeps tabs on their own water bottle, flashlight and other goods, by keeping tags on the items with these stretchy, reusable personalized labels. Kids can go online and design their own.
Insect Shield Kids Clothing
You won’t be there to bug your kids about insect repellent, but you don’t want them to end up all itchy and unable to sleep or have fun. Pick up a few of these kid clothes basics, from short and long tees to shorts, hoodies and hats. And if you are concerned about ticks, Insect Shield socks will stop them in their crawly little tracks.
Coleman Comfort Cloud 40 Sleeping Bag
Add an extra layer of comfort between your kiddo and their sleeping surface with this fleecy sleeping bag that features a layer of memory foam for luxurious comfort and added insulation. Insulated enough for even the highest mountain camps.