Camping Card Games for Kids – Young and Old
Whether for bad weather, or just some downtime, these camping activities for kids, and camp games for kids are a great way to pass the time.
These card games include some old-time favorites, and some new adaptations that can be played by kids of all ages.
Note: These great card games are brought to you by Camper’s World, a trusted source for all of you camping needs
Uno is an “oldie but goodie” that has been one of the favorite camp games for kids, both young and old, and now UNO brings you a special camping version featuring scenes from our Nation Parks.
- Set includes 112 UNO cards featuring the nation’s favorite parks, an exclusive National Parks card and rules. For 2-10 players, ages 7 to adult.
An original camping game, that started with the camp kitchen spoons, has now been updated to a colorful package for all kids
- it’s a race to get four of a kind, and you better snag a spoon if you want to stay in the action! Each round somebody will be eliminated, so be sharp, but be thankful that the spoons aren’t! Includes one deck of 54 playing cards, 7 giant spoons and rules. For 3 to 8 players ages 7 and up.
A new twist on an old solitaire game that lets up to four campers play at once against each other.
- A Solitaire Style game, where Kings go in the corners and the first to discard all cards wins the hand and the pot! CONTENTS:Custom Playing Cards, Custom Playing Chips, Unique Fold-Away Control Center, and Game Instructions – more great camping activities for kids.
Two decks of quality playing cards to stash in your camping gear for when the kids need a distraction.
- Imperial Twin Pack – Each deck is cello-wrapped inside the sealed and cello-wrapped box. Includes one red deck and one blue deck. – great for all kinds of camp games for kids
Camp Games for Your Older Campers – (and you!)
“Canasta” means basket in Spanish and the game was named for the little wicker basket that the first players used to hold their cards. This edition features custom cards that not only celebrate the heritage of the original game, they also make the game easier to learn and more fun to play.
Includes: 110 Beautifully designed and custom playing cards.
Double Deck Tin includes not only Family Talk, but also Grandparent Talk! Simply pick a card, ask the question and get a surprising and often hilarious glimpse into the hearts and minds of family and friends. Diverse topics reveal surprising answers, even from hard-to-talk-to teens. The games ultra-portability allows families to play in the car, at the dinner table, on vacation or at a party! Great gift idea! 100 cards per deck. Ages 3+
Players use cards, dice and chips to predict the value of a chosen card, one to 13. Then the betting and bluffing begins. The player closest to the actual number wins the round and the chips in the pot. Don’t have enough chips to bet? It’s time to go “All In” and ante up your stash of chips. The player with the most chips at the end of the game wins. This easy to learn game is part poker, part prediction and part luck! Includes cards, three die, playing chips, dice slide and instructions. For 2 or more players
Be the first to cover up the last numbers on five Blackout cards to win. Dice determine the numbers to cover up, but special dice rolls include Wild, Remove and Re-Roll, allowing more game play variations. Includes Blackout Bingo Cards, 3 dice, playing chips, dice slide and instructions. For 2-4 players, ages 8 and up.
Just like in real golf, it takes strategy and luck as you pit your wits against everyone else to post the lowest score.
Just when things are rolling your way, up pops an unexpected “challenge” to test even the savviest golfer. Includes 2 decks of cards, instructions, golf pencil and score cards. For 2 to 6 players, ages 8 to adult.
There are as many suits as there are players, and all the cards are dealt out at the start of each round. When the trading begins, players offer sets of cards to each other in the hopes of completing a set for themselves. If you’re successful, you hit the **Corner** card and yell out, “Corner on wheat!” (or whatever your commodity is). You then score points depending on which it was – some are more valuable than others. Two cards labeled Bull and Bear may be used to add wild/penalty cards to the game
Bad Weather Survival Ideas for Camping with Kids:
Bad Weather? Kids confined to the tent? Save your sanity – be prepared with these games and activities to keep them occupied.
The links are for individual products, or the all-in-one bad weather kit. (as pictured)
More Hiking and In-Camp Activities for Kids
Scavenger Hunts, Nature’s Bingo, Round-Robin Stories, and more … Hiking and camp activities for kids that do more than just “occupy” them.
• More Hiking and In-Camp Activities for Kids
Here are a few items and resources that may prove helpful:
And you know camping with young kids means scrapes and scratches. Itches and rashes, so make sure you have a good Camping First Aid Kit handy.
Camp First Aid Kits
For emergencies, and your peace of mind, – every kid in camp should have a camp whistle on a lanyard around their neck! It’s a handy way for them to summon help when they need it.
Camp Safety Whistles
Save your strength, – every kid needs their own camp flashlight, instead of arguing who gets yours or who has had it the longest and who’s turn it is now.
(ps. this is a great camp light for kids, but you can just pick some up at the Dollar store if you want)
Kid’s Camping Flashlights
Check out these great examples of camping gear items you can find on Amazon. Like the folding shovel and the headlamp, once you have these pieces of camp gear included in your list of camping equipment, you will wonder how you ever did without them. Especially when you see how inexpensive they are when you buy them online at Amazon.
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