Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Kampgrounds of America Offers Tips on Camping with Kids

Where I live, everyone camps. We on the other hand do the indoor type camping, such as right in my family room. We put up a tent and let the kids, have the experience without the heat, bugs and sleeping on the ground thing which, I'm sorry, I just can't do if I want to walk the next day.

While it looks fun and I enjoy looking at all the pictures of my friends and their kids hanging around a campfire, I don't see this happening anytime soon for me.

But, since I know loads of people who partake and I am sure some of my readers love it, I believe in safety first, fun second. So, thanks to Kampgrounds of America, here are some safety tips as YOU enjoy the great outdoors.
How to Safely Enjoy Quality Family Time in the Great Outdoors this Summer – With summer in full swing, many families are making plans to go camping to enjoy quality time together in the great outdoors. A great way to build childhood memories, camping not only allows kids to experience nature but also provides that ‘last small town in America' feel. Whether you are an expert or amateur camper, it is always good to keep safety in mind. Drawing on decades of experience, Kampgrounds of America (KOA), America's largest system of family oriented campgrounds, suggests the following tips on preparing for a safe and enjoyable outdoor adventure with kids this summer:

About Kampgrounds of America
KOA, a 47-year-old full service camping business founded and based in Billings, Montana is North America’s largest system of family-oriented campgrounds, with locations in 46 states and eight Canadian provinces. KOA prides itself on bringing back the American Vacation with 450 beautiful and convenient Kampgrounds coast to coast that range from convenient full-service overnight facilities to larger resort-type campgrounds. For more information on KOA, Kampgrounds of America Inc., log on to www.koa.com or call (406) 248-7444 P.O Box 30558 Billings, MT 59114-0558

Enjoy the rest of your summer and be safe!

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