Hiking season is here, although it never really goes away, am I right? As the weather warms up, it gets easier and more comfortable to get the little adventurers out on the trail. Keeping kids fed while hiking is essential for a good time. There is nothing worse than a hangry toddler or the complaintsContinue reading “Trail Snacks for Kids & Toddlers”
A park for a quick day trip or a weekend of history. This park can accommodate both. Check out all that this little park has to offer.
Camping with toddlers in the backcountry can seem like a daunting task. Read on to learn what you need, what you don’t and how to camp successfully with your toddler.
Experience Minnesota State Parks in a whole new light, or lack there of. Hike, snowshoe and ski at these evening winter adventures to give you a chance to see a different side of the wilderness.
Lessons are learned in every adventure. We learned some hard lessons on a BWCA camping trip that will stick with us as we adventure on.
What is the right age to bring a child into the BWCA? Short answer: Any age. Long answer: Read about it here.
Don’t shy away from the cold this winter. Embrace it with these 6 Minnesota State Parks that will have you out enjoying the beauty all winter long!
Keep your winter adventures going with a quick fix to your babies outdoor mobility. DIY Ski attachments added to your stroller is a cost effective way to add to your winter experience.
“Can we go to Gooseberry? How about Gooseberry? Gooseberry? I think Gooseberry sounds good. Lets do Gooseberry!” These are the things that came out of my 10 year old daughter’s, Sandy’s, mouth this morning when I asked where she’d like to go on our annual winter trip. I tried suggesting places we haven’t been toContinue reading “Winter at Gooseberry Falls”
It’s a winter wonderland with skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and ice fishing! Why think about the that summer trip that’s far off in the future? I’d love for everyone to learn from my mistakes and get on their summer plans before it’s too late your left with tough decisions on alternate plans. Read on and learn from my mistakes.