With this fun and free printable, your kids can design their own campsite – complete with Bigfoot! Just print, cut out and paste.
Warmer weather means camping…but hopefully no Bigfoot appearances! Camping is a fun and relatively inexpensive way to spend time together as a family.
We’re kicking off the season with this fun camping printable.
Get your kiddos excited about your upcoming camping trip or have them reminisce about a recent trip with our FREE Design a Campsite Printable! And yes, Bigfoot is included in case your kids want to add a funny touch. 🙂
Or, if you end up with rainy weather on your camping trip, this is a fun activity to do inside the RV, tent or camper. Just be sure to print it out before you leave home and bring it along!
To use this camping activity, download and print the free printable (for best results, use a color printer), then cut out the pieces and let your kiddos design their dream campsite with construction paper and glue sticks.
Download your free Big Foot printable HERE!
Here are some more ideas for making your camping trip fun and memorable:
Plan a Family Camping Trip – What You Need for an Outdoor Adventure – Camping is fun for the whole family and it will go even better if you plan ahead and are equipped with everything you need for a happy, comfortable and enjoyable time.
7 Best Camping Games – Keep things fun and interesting at your campsite with this list of the seven best camping games the whole family will love.
25 Best Camping Recipes – One of the best parts of camping is eating delicious food! These 25 camping recipes cover everything from breakfast to dinner with some snacks and desserts thrown in too.
Free National Park Service Annual Pass for All 4th Grade Students – If you have a child in 4th grade, this National Parks Pass will get them free admission, or for parks that charge a per-vehicle fee, the whole family can enter for free.
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