Most people these days don’t have nearly enough time to go outdoors and fill their lungs with some fresh air, for a change. If you happen to have some spare days and you’re looking to spend some quality time with your family, it might be a good idea to organize a camping trip.
It’s very tempting to leave the kids playing video games on the weekends because they keep them busy and happy. But let’s face it. Sitting in front of the computer or cooped up in the house all day long is anything but healthy, especially when the world outside has so much to offer.
We made a list of fun activities you can organize for your next camping trip. Have a look at them below.
Board games are fun, and that’s why they’ve become so popular over time. They engage everyone, depending on the number of players allowed by the rules or the pieces. But if you don’t have the convenience of a board game, worry not.
You can play charades, or I Spy, or even Hide & Seek, but make sure that the area you camp in is safe from dangers. The last thing you’d want to do is have the whole family look for one of your kids.
If nothing else crosses your mind, you can even do with some paper and a pencil. You’ll be able to play Dots, Hangman, or Tic-Tac-Toe. It’s that easy — so you just have to use your imagination to make do with all of the basic resources you might have.
According to some sources, one in eight British individuals has never seen a real cow in their life. Don’t you think that’s tragic? Even if none of your family members or yourself want to become a farmer one day, exploring nature should be an important part of your lives. You can watch animals, birds, collect bugs, gather flowers, pine cones, and rocks, and even leaves for your collection.
If you are passionate about photography, you can take really good nature pictures.
Play some songs
So maybe not everyone is passionate about music, in general, but surely all of us have hummed to a song in the car or while listening to the radio when running or cleaning the house. It doesn’t take that much to learn how to play an instrument, and one of the easiest ones is the ukulele. You can even go for an acoustic guitar and play some of the best-known blues and country songs ever to have been written.
Think about it. How cozy would it be for you and your friends and family to gather around a campfire and sing some songs?
Just make sure that you take all the safety precautions so that fire doesn’t get out of control. We all know how camping might involve beer drinking, so it’s important for at least one person to remain sober and ensure that everything is okay before everyone goes to sleep.