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Are you living in the big smoke, and looking to get your kids off the screens and out of the house to explore, and learn, and just be kids, like the good old days?
To escape the city, and enjoy some quality one-on-one time with them, far from the hustle and bustle of city life?
Summer holidays, school holidays, weekends and long weekends - any time you like really?
The problem is, perhaps you've never camped before yourself, or at least not with children.
Perhaps you didn't even grow up in a camping culture.
Heck, while the kids are champing at the bit to go camping, you might not even know if you will like it!
You just know that there is something missing, and they are spending too much time indoors and on the screens, rather than being outdoors and active.
And, they grow up so quickly - in the blink of an eye as they say.
Well, if you want to unleash your child's inner explorer, before it's too late to reap the full benefits of camping, then you are absolutely in the right place.
Because, raising kids in an urban area can be a challenge, and gearing up for camping can be an even greater one.
Especially if you have no plan as to where to start, what to buy, or how you are going to get everyone and all of your gear there and back.
And doubly so if you don't have the luxury of hitching up a trailer or caravan to the back of your car every time you want to kit the road, and have no plan for how you will do it without one.
Because, living in a high-density area, who has space to park one of those at home. And even if you did, wouldn't you want to use that for a veggie patch, a basketball hoop, or a trampoline?
So, it's great you are here, and ready to learn the five things that will make camping for urban families easy.
So you can spend your precious time and hard-earned money on what's really important in life.
So, sit back, relax, turn off the distractions and learn how you could be a short few weeks away from taking the kids camping.
And not just once, but perhaps even starting your family camping tradition. One that your kids will remember fondly. One that could help them, and you, in so many ways. And one that they will want to carry on with their families.
In this article, we will look at why urban families are very much under-represented at campgrounds compared to those living in suburban and rural areas.
We cover how you can swap your urban surrounds for the great outdoors and take the kids camping, any time you liked, even with short notice?
Not only that, we cover how you can camp comfortably, travel safely, and have as much fun as most other camping families out there?
And especially, we cover how you can do all of this without the need for the trailers, camper trailers, caravans, RVs or enormous cars that most camping families use nowadays?
Without all of the trial and error and frustration that goes with camping for newbies as well?
With our top five keys to camping for urban families, you will be on an equal footing with other families. In fact, when all is said and done, I think you will agree you will be way out in front on many levels.
I will focus on apartment living families in this article, but the principles apply equally to any family living in a smaller home, including units, flats, townhouses and terrace houses.
I will also give you tips to help you DIY everything we cover in this article.
But I will also reference our Camping Kickstart Program to help you avoid all of the trial and error with a tried and tested solution. This program covers everything you need to know about camping trailer free, from the planning process right through to your return home.
It's truly a one-stop-trailer-free shop with detailed guides and tips on camping for beginners, camping for families, tent camping tips, camping in all kinds of weather, camping health and safety, hacks and alternative uses, space, time and cost saving tips, and a whole lot more to come. (And if there is anything missing, just let me know).
If that sounds appealing, then you are in the right place.