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You don't need amazing trails to have an amazing day with little ones

If your kid's under five and you want to spend a night under the stars as a family, you're gonna have to embrace extravagant camping

As your children get older, your trail strategies have to change. Here's some advice from parents who have been there.

For lots of parents, it's more like stay-outside parenting. And it's hard work.

As your family grows, so will your family's tent needs

From breastfeeding while walking (it's possible!) to bottle feeding and pumping on the trail, here are the best options for parents on the go.

There might be food poisoning and potty-training emergencies. There will be tantrums. There will also be some magic.

Whether you're wondering what an outdoorsy life with a young child looks like or just want to see some really cute babies, you should get to know these families sharing their journeys through organizations and social media

Hike It Baby founder Shanti Hodges shares her tips for hiking with babies, toddlers, and older children