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What to Do While Camping

Camping is a popular way to experience the outdoors. It can be a great way to spend time with friends and family, or just relax in nature. Camping trips are not always perfect, tough – things happen. Here are few things you should do while camping so that your trip goes as smoothly as possible!

  • review the list of things you need before heading out on the trip
  • make sure everyone has their own Tent
  • pack a first aid kit for emergencies
  • bring plenty of water and food
  • dress for the weather
  • wear sunscreen, bug spray, and sunglasses
  • avoid walking in areas with wildlife or strange things like trash piles that could be dangerous to you or others.

Camping Activities – Fun Camp Activities

On the one hand, your camping experience can be customized for your family’s interests based on the season and where you are going. On another hand, it doesn’t matter how you camp – in an RV, a tent, or a vacation rental. These are all just places to sleep with some modifications for each type of camper. Always make sure your family’s safety comes first. 

Don’t worry about packing every activity your family needs while you camp. In fact, there are some simple activities that will make your next camping trip perfect!

Camping Activities – Prepare to Get Wet with these Water Activities

There are many things campers can do on the water. For active days, go swimming. For relaxing times when parents want to get some rest and kids just want to play in their bathing suits, make a day of boating around a lake or pond.

  • Skipping stones
  • Fishing
  • Swimming
  • Floating or lounging
  • Canoeing or kayaking
  • Boating
  • Water skiing
  • Tubing
  • Wave runners
  • Water volleyball or basketball
  • Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Bring an inflatable pool to keep your child amused- especially if you are staying somewhere with a water hook-up.
  • Slip and Slide: All you need is a small amount of water. Create two lanes by laying down old sheets or tarp, set up the slide with some things to go down it like pillows and blankets. Fill one side with water for sliding in! 

Camping Activities – Stay Active with these Sports Activities

When you go camping, not all resorts offer the same variety of amenities. This can make it difficult if you’re on a rustic camping trip or out in the wild, and there are limited facilities nearby.

Here are great ways to stay active with your family!

  • Disc golf should be an everyday activity to do while camping.
  • When camping, horseshoes can be used for a variety of purposes.
  • Play ringtoss
  • Play Corn Hole
  • Bowling on a lawn
  • Try soccer while camping.
  • In addition to many other activities, you can play football while camping.
  • Kickball is excellent for getting outside, exercising your competitive spirit, and having a good time.
  • Play baseball
  • Bike Culture
  • One of the best things to do when camping is hiking.
  • Caving – Spelunking brings its own dangers, so it’s essential to always have an experienced guide with you.
  • Capture the Flag is an outdoor game in which two teams establish goals and boundaries, then try to capture their opponent’s Flag.
  • Tag is a game often played while camping.
  • Red Rover is a classic outdoor game in which two teams line up side-by-side, facing their opponents, with each player holding hands. On the signal from one of the team members, “One for (player on the left) and four for me,” both teams pull towards themselves; this continues back and forth until only two players are left out.

Camping Activities – Become One with Nature with these Family Camping Activities

When you’re camping, it can be a lot more fun to get closer to the nature that surrounds you. Explore your environment more with these activities. Be sure to respect the wildlife and plants wherever camping takes place.

Camping Activities – When It’s Time to Wind Down

While often a very active day, it is necessary to take some time to unwind as well. This includes periods of quiet reflection and resting. When you go camping to try and escape from the power grid, these are some of the ways that you can lose yourself in nature:

  • Hammock swings are a popular relaxation spot for campers.
  • Sit back and enjoy the trees blowing in the breeze.
  • Enjoy nature
  • Make lots of naps.
  • Reflect and take the time to daydream while you’re out in nature. Take a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, and enjoy being one with the outdoors.
  • Take your kids on a boat ride.
  • Bring a telescope and stargaze.

Camping Activities – When You’re Stuck in the Tent

While camping, it is challenging to cover great distances. Perhaps the kids need some time in their Tent, or someone isn’t feeling well and needs a rest. You might also find yourself without a vehicle due to unexpected weather conditions. If you’re camping, then the roominess of your Tent gives you an opportunity to spend much time in there without being bug-bitten. Inside your Tent, whether alone or with friends and family, there are plenty of things to do.

  • Bring books and magazines.
  • Bring along books for everyone to read aloud, or try traditional storytelling.
  • One fun adventure when camping is card games.
  • Play Board Games
  • Camping offers the opportunity to try new crafts.
  • Prepare a list of movies to watch. Purchase or download what you need, then put together an itinerary and make arrangements for your portable devices.
  • Instead of playing on electronic devices, enjoy physical games with the family such as badminton or toss.
  • Encourage storytelling at your campsite.
  • While camping, snuggle up with your loved ones.

Camping Activities – Enjoying the Night

Camping doesn’t end when the sun goes down. There are many nighttime activities to explore while camping, and they can be especially rewarding because you don’t have to deal with the lights and noise of city life. Check out these awesome nighttime activities.

  • For quick entertainment, try making shadow puppets.
  • To add some variety to sleeping in one place, go for a nighttime walk.
  • One fun “game” parents can use to occupy their children while camping is flashlight tag.
  • When the day gets extended and you are worn out, take a refreshing dip in the lake.
  • When camping, it’s a good idea to look at the stars.
  • Have a fireworks show.
  • Try tossing a sky lantern at night.
  • To play glow-in-the-dark bowling, put large water bottles with a few glow sticks in them. Strike the ball to try and knock down all of the bottles in turn.
  • For the spookier types, telling ghost stories around a campfire is always a great idea.
  • Camping is an occasion for open-ended play. For the next great family game, play Truth or Dare.
  • Play some music, such as the guitar or other instruments.
  • Play on the beach, a nearby park, or your campsite
  • To make colored campfires, purchase a package of color fire crystals or pine cones at your nearest camping supply store.

Now with a list of ideas for experiences while camping, it’s time to get out there and try them! Be sure to share your adventures on Sun RV Resorts’ Facebook page, and if you liked this post, spread the word with your friends!

Other Games You Can Play While Camping

  • Hula Hoop Hopscotch: Draw out squares on the pavement (or use chalk) using a hula hoop as your guide, then hop from square to square while throwing hoops at ground level that are also marked off. It’s great fun and perfect for outdoor playtime!
  • Water Balloon Toss: Layout an even line of balloons across the width of the yard so they’ve spaced about four feet apart each; fill each balloon with water. Each player takes a turn trying to toss their ball, so it lands inside one of the balloons, then waits for others’ turns until everyone’s had two shots each.
  • Campfire Songs: Sing along while roasting marshmallows or hotdogs on sticks; feel free to add in some singing games like Simon Says, and Everyone Clap Your Hands but don’t forget about things The Duke of York, who was previously standing around without moving and stretched his limbs without any prompting!
  • Collecting Sticks: Pick up dead branches from fallen trees or bushes by walking around your campground looking for them – this can be great both because you’ll get extra light (during daylight hours) as well as make more room indoors when camping out.
  • S’mores: Pack your favorite things for making this delicious camping treat, like chocolate bars, marshmallows, and graham crackers. Have each member of the family gather a bunch of sticks that are long enough to use as roasting tools; roast the marshmallow over the fire until it is golden brown in color, then smoosh it on top of two halves of a chocolate bar that you’ve inserted into one half of a graham cracker – repeat with everyone!

Sometimes all you want to do while camping is have fun! That’s why we put together these games so you can enjoy yourself without trying too hard. All they require are some players (you can go solo!), some things to use as props, and a mat in the shape of a circle that you can mark off with markers.

  • The Object Game: Set up your object game by placing objects like spoons or flashlights (all facing inward) on both sides of the circle. One player sits in the middle while everyone else is outside, then telling them what they are trying to do – for example, “I’m going to get all my things back!” The person who’s not sitting will need to find out how many things belong inside according to their number; if there’s one item on each side, it would be two things. Once someone guesses correctly, the caller gets one point and moves one step closer towards getting into the center position.
  • The Isolated Island: Pick things like a hat, water bottle, or snacks and put them on the mat. Each player has to go around and take one item off of each pile until there’s only one left; whoever takes it last wins!
  • Tic Tac Toe: Draw out your Tic Tac Toe board with two lines at the top (with three points) all the way down to where you want players’ rows to be located, then write in “X” s for whatever number of spaces you need – five is suitable for playing while camping so fill in 15 boxes total. Every player will have their own row in which they’ll place an object that can’t move as part of their marker; when another person comes around and knocks them down, they have to go back to a space. The person who comes to the furthest wins!
  • The Board Game Race: Layout things like paper clips or toothpicks on one side of your mat, then use things like twigs, pebbles, or pieces of fruit as markers for the other side – be sure there are two sets total so you can play with a partner. All players will need to race along with their own location, picking up an object from each pile (or taking turns) until all items in that row are gone; once someone finishes first, it’s time for another round!
  • Tunnel Tag: This is best played with more than three people but not too many because it can get confusing. One person is “It” and has to run around the mat trying to tag people while everyone else tries not to let them succeed – if you’re tagged, then you’re It until someone tags a new player who becomes It in your place; when it’s done, reward the winner with things like candy or extra points on their game of choice!
  • Pizza Party: Find things that are round (like balls) for rolling and things long enough for your pizzas’ crusts (like sticks). You can also use things like paper plates as an alternative but be sure they have tiny holes at one end so food won’t slide off too much. Draw out a pizza shape using markers on both sides of the centerline (or use things like plates to show how wide they should be); everyone will take turns rolling their ball in an attempt to make it land inside the pizza crust on one side. When someone succeeds, that player gets the point and may choose what toppings are added – When there are more than two competing players, then you can give three points for landing your ball inside the other person’s pizza!
  • The Treasure Hunt: This is best played with kids who love treasure hunts, but adults might enjoy it too! You’ll need things like small objects or even something from nature (like leaves) that won’t move around quickly; place them all together into different piles using things like rocks as separators, so players know where each bundle starts and ends. The caller will read out a list of things like “I found something that’s blue” or “something that bounces,” and the other players need to find their object as quickly as possible – when someone finds it, they can shout out what they’ve taken, so others don’t accidentally take them too!
  • Blindfolded Hide & Seek: This is best played in smaller spaces, but you’ll want it to be more than just one large area since there are two teams of people who are trying to hide at once. One player on each team needs to wear a blindfold while everyone else lays down things for them; these things should have different shapes (like circles) because rolling dice could confuse anyone nearby and make things harder for some participants. The person wearing the blindfold will then need to use something like a pointer (like their foot) to find all of the items as quickly as possible – when they’re done, they’ll have earned points for that team!
  • Hot Potato: This is best played with more than three people but not too many because it can get confusing. One object should be designated the “potato” and placed on one side of your mat while everyone arranges themselves across from them; players who are close enough will take turns trying to catch this potato without getting burned by things like matches or candles at its other end. Once someone takes hold of it, tell them they’ve won and give them something else to replace so you don’t burn out the things that are your source of heat!

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