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  1. Default The Best Place to camp

    My wife and I are planning to bring the kids camping for them to appreciate the nature more. But we don't know any place where the kids are safe to roam around but enjoy at the same time. Help please?

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    Default pretty much all

    Welcome to the RTA Forum!

    I've never really found a campground that I didn't think was safe, but I am especially fond of public facilities, including state and national parks and forests.

    This post was moved to its own thread from the "west coast routes suggestions" sticky thread, so I assume you are looking to do a trip out west?

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    Default What Did You Have in Mind?

    Welcome aboard the RoadTrip America Forums!

    I've moved your query to its own thread rather than leaving it attached ot an old one from a few years ago. It would help if you let us know where you're starting out from, where you're going, how much time you have, how old your children are, and what sorts of things interest you and your children.

    AZBuck

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    My wife and I have three kids that are 7, 4 and 1 year old respectively. We don't have any specific locations in mind. But yes we deeply appreciate any suggestions from you.

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    Default what do you want

    There are thousands upon thousands of campsites across the country. I'm really not sure what sort of advice you think we can provide when you've told us nothing other than the ages of your kids. Of the half dozen general questions that Buck asked, that was the only one you answered, and really, is the least important when the other questions are still unknown.

    As I said before, Public Campgrounds - such as those founds in state and national parks and forests are a great deal and sound like they will be a great choice for what you are looking for. But when you've provided zero other specifics, we can't really provide you with any additional information.

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    National parks seems like a very good idea. Like I said, we don't have any specific idea on our minds. That's why any suggestions will do. Thank you though, appreciate it a LOT.:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimtbrown View Post
    ..... But we don't know any place where the kids are safe to roam around but enjoy at the same time. Help please?
    There is absolutely no place where children as young as yours are 'safe to roam' without constant supervision. Even a seven year old should not be allowed to roam in any campground, without some adult supervision.

    Lifey who camped with five littlies

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    Default No idea.

    Quote Originally Posted by jimtbrown View Post
    National parks seems like a very good idea. Like I said, we don't have any specific idea on our minds. That's why any suggestions will do. Thank you though, appreciate it a LOT.:)
    Sorry, but I am not sure how much clearer Buck and Michael can make things.

    How long have you ? Where are you starting out from ? Where in the country are you headed, West coast ?

    There is no point in recommending Glacier NP if you are driving from San Diego and have only 5 day's in total, you have to make a start for us to be able to help, and even then it must be your choice.

    I agree, I have stayed in many National parks and have never been disappointed, quite the opposite in fact, but don't expect resort style facilities, just great surroundings, good value and plenty of opportunity's for the kid's to let off steam under a watchful eye.

    Have a look at the National parks site [click on map for info on every parks] for some ideas and when you have decided what will fit into your plans and how much time you have, let us know and we can help "fine tune" your trip.

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    Default pointless

    I'm sorry, but after being asked on several occations now, you've continued to refuse to provide even basic background for what you might be looking to do. Without that information, it is impossible for anyone to provide you any meaningful advice, and since you refuse to provide it, I don't see any point in continuing to keep this discussion open.

    If you decide to figure out some basic ideas for yourself, feel free to return, but until then, we've reached the limit of what help we can provide.

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