If you’re planning a travel excursion or looking for New England travel destinations and have no idea what to pack, then you’ll love my list of must have travel accessories for living on the road with kids.
While we no longer have a child under the age of 10, we do know a thing or two about living on the road with a preteen and a teen. Living on the road in New England isn’t for the faint at heart. You’ll have to share a tent or hotel room with kids and learn how to have adult conversations behind closed bathroom doors or over a campfire when you think the kids are asleep.
There’s little to no privacy when you’re living on the road with kids, but there are many magical moments to make some longlasting memories with your kids before they’re too old to hang out with their parents.
We’ve done some hiking, exploring and staying at various places in both New Hampshire and Vermont on a quest to find the best New England travel destinations this summer. After this experience, I’ve been able to come up with a solid list of accessories everyone needs while living on the road with kids, at least the preteen and teenage kids.
Must Have Travel Accessories for Living on the Road
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OontZ Angle 3 Ultra : Portable Bluetooth Speaker
YETI Hopper Flip Portable Cooler
Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Crackers
DeftGet First Aid Kit
MalloMe Camping Sleeping Bag
CORE 9 Person Instant Cabin Tent
AmazonBasics Ventilated Adjustable Laptop Computer Holder Desk Stand
Herbal Essences Shampoo and Paraben Free Conditioner Kit
UNO Minecraft Card Game
Kijaro Dual Lock Portable Camping and Sports Chair
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