RV Tips: 5 Camping Games for the Kids

Sometimes keeping the kids busy while you’re at the campground is the only way to get a little time for yourself. If you are looking for some great RV tips for camping games for the kids, we’ve got just what you need. These camping games are easy to prepare and will help keep the kids busy for hours. So, load up your Keystone Cougar Half Ton travel trailer and head out to your favorite campground today. 

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Scavenger Hunt 

Give your kids an outdoor scavenger hunt! You can find ideas online or build your own list of nature-themed items that they can explore and find around the campground. If you want to make it even more exciting, try giving them a color-themed hunt where they can collect anything as long as it matches the colors on the cards! It’s always fun to see what they find!


Glow-in-the-Dark Ring Toss

If you’re camping with kids, you probably already know to bring a supply of glow sticks. Here’s a new way to turn these camping must-haves into a fun game for the kids. Just add sticks to empty water bottles and fill them with water, replacing the cap. Then, take glow bracelets and necklaces and try to toss them around the glowing bottles. You can try lining the bottle up in different ways or standing various distances away to change it up!


Flashlight Hide-and-Seek

Add a new feature to Hide-and-Seek by letting the kids play after dark. Whoever is “it” gets the flashlight, and they have to hunt for the other players. Whenever the light hits you, you’re out. The first one found gets to be the next person that’s “it.”

Flashlight Finger Puppet Show

The little kids will love this one.  Just set up a bright flashlight or lantern and make shadow animals on the wall of the camper.  You can even read their favorite books and act it out with the shadow puppets.


Remember That Trip?

After a day of adventures around the campground, you can gather around the fire and play a game of “Remember That Trip?” The first person gives a list of three clues about a past vacation, and everyone else has to try to guess which trip they are thinking of. This game is great for remembering your favorite times together and works on long car rides, too.

No matter where you go, traveling with your family is a great way to make new memories!  Contact us to find the perfect RV for your adventures today!

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