Kidz Jam Camping List -Visit Kidz Jam .org for more information!-
Must Haves: At least 1 long sleeve shirt & pants, despite warm weather Wagon Toilet Paper towels...not your best hair ties/head scarves chapstick squirt bottles/pistols for hot days! (recycle a ketchup bottle for this!) shampoo/soap...some fests have shower facilities, or you can buy the portable kind 2 pairs of shoes, sandals Favorite Pillow/blanket bug spray toothbrushes/paste Favorite Blanket umbrella Sunblock (also avilable at Kidz Jam poison ivy/oak cream for those itchy possibilities rain boots!! anti-bacterial lotion Small snacks/drink boxes sport bottle that can be refilled with water. Water refills available at Kidz Jam extra socks -at least 6 pair Sunglasses Whistle-to get thier attention when needed sleeping bag at least 4 changes of clothes wet wipes Earplugs (also available at Kidz Jam) hat for sun protection sleeping pad (optional, but cheap and much more comfortable) current picture of child any medication they need (check to see if it needs refridgerated or not!) 4 pairs of underpants band-aids trashbag or poncho hoodie/jacket
Keep them Occupied: Mini Backpack Kids Flashlight Books, Coloring Books, Notepad hoolah hoop Crayons a kazoo magnifying glass frisbee binoculars bubbles light-up wands/toys kite bug jar (recyle a peanut butter jar for this..put holes in top!) action figures, small toys, cars for dirt play deck of playing cards/uno/whatever map of the fest (if available, check fest website) a few dollars to spend on thier own Glowsticks Wagon large ball
Just for Babies: Diapers/pull ups Travel Playpen/play yard baby wipes bottles/suppy cups pacifiers, a few anti-bacterial wipes (for parents too after diaper changes) extra clothes warm and cool clothing brimmed hat for sun protection baby carrier/sling. A baby backpack can save your festival. Worth the money. large blanket/tapestry/sheet for them to play and sit on boppee for babies who cant' sit on thier own yet diaper bag Potty seat! It's a smaller sized seat that will fit on the port-o seat. Formula (powdered works best when camping, if they'll eat it) Small blankets. Babies get cold easily. Baby food
I haven't camped there in a few years but they, like ADA, have their own POD. Even though its on a main walking road towards Centeroo, I noticed that it was mostly families that used the showers and bathrooms. In general they are kept relatively sanitary throughout the weekend.