We love a family camping blog here at Pegs and Pitches HQ. We’re pretty experienced campers, but there is always more to learn and something quite lovely in reading about other campers experiences. When we’re not booking families into our campsites, putting up bell tents or posting camping photos on our social media we’re often reading about camping.
Thinking of booking your first family camping experience?
We thought we’d share a list of our favourite family camping blogs. Now you can read up on some tips and camping experiences too.
Whether it’s tips on what self inflating air mattress you should get or how to repair your tent, James at World of Camping probably has the answer. A really informative blog if you need help on what equipment best suits your family camping needs.
A fantastic resource for your campfire cooking needs. If you’ve exhausted our campfire recipes this is definitely the blog to check out.
Campsite and kit reviews as well as tips for camping with teenagers. There is so much information on this website that you might find yourself a family camping pro before your know it.
Minimalist family camping *our favourite*
A beautiful and more personal blog written by Briony from Bournemouth. She’s on a mission to help you swap screen time for wild time.
A blog that focuses on travel and anything that is active and outdoors. The site is full of reviews for camping gear, campsites and competitions and activities. For family campers, they have an entire section dedicated to family camping.
Recently named the Best Camping Company at the British Travel Awards it is easy to see why Cool Camping gets so much traffic. As well as being able to book camping trips via their website, they have a whole host of information for the descerning camping family. Check out their blog for campsites near country pubs, reasons to camp in your back garden…and so much more.
A blog based on the experiences of a family of four from Yorkshire. It doesn’t seem as though the family add to this blog anymore but their content is all still relevant. Try their blog on tips for camping with kids for the first time.