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Summer Camp Gear for Kids

Make summer even more amazing with the best gadgets and supplies for camping


H2O on the Go

The roll-and-go design of this BPA-free water bottle makes packing light for camping adventures a breeze. Bübi bottle; $17, bubibottle.com

Light Bright

Keep the campfire going all night, even when the counselors call “lights out.” Campsite Nightlight; $59, landofnod.com

Sea Monster

Interchangeable goggle covers let him pretend to be a friendly sea creature one day and a scary one the next. Kids Neonwonders Goggle; $15, speedousa.com

You’ve Got Mail

Pack these cool cards in his suitcase and you may actually get a letter home every now and then. Summer Camp Greeting Card Pack; $20, everythingsummercamp.com

Buzz Worthy

“Bee” brave after dark with a flashlight she’ll never mistake for someone else’s. Bibi Bee Kid’s Flashlight; $13, melissaanddoug.com

Bunk bag

This organizer filled with all her essentials fits right on her bed, which means she’ll never be late for morning flagpole. Bunk Organizer; $20, everythingsummercamp.com

Story time

A box full of 42 question prompts like “What’s the best Halloween costume you’ve ever worn?” will help her make friends fast this summer. Melissa & Doug Camp Bunk Box of Questions; $5, amazon.com

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